Short-Time Non-work-related Computing and Creative Performance

@article{Kuem2014ShortTimeNC,
  title={Short-Time Non-work-related Computing and Creative Performance},
  author={Jungwon Kuem and Mikko T. Siponen},
  journal={2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2014},
  pages={3215-3223}
}
It has been argued that non-work-related computing (NWRC) takes time away from work and, hence, decreases work productivity. On the other hand, it has also been claimed that short-time non-work-related computing (STNWRC) (a maximum of 15 minutes), has a positive impact on work productivity, including relief from boredom, higher creativity, and the underlying recovery mechanisms. To examine the impact of STNWRC on creative performance, we draw on Fredrickson's broaden-and-build theory, the… CONTINUE READING

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