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McKinsey & Co: (Extremely) out of office for creativity and efficiency

McKinsey & Co writes about how the science that demonstrates the benefits of being outdoors can be used by businesses and other organizations.


Major consulting firm McKinsey & Co writes about the research showing that time spent in nature improves cognitive functions, strengthens relationships and is a catalyst for growth for individuals and teams. This article discusses the science that supports this and identifies things companies and other organizations can do to help employees increase their performance, adaptability and well-being through access to nature. It also provides tips to ensure that these benefits continue to work long after the campfire has gone out.

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