noncreative

noncreative

(ˌnɒnkrɪˈeɪtɪv)
adj
not creative
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What's more, when comparing the same people participating in OMA, art therapy, a noncreative activity like reading, no activity and meal time, OMA scored highest on well-being and lowest on ill-being.
As a creative encouraging her noncreative friends, I make thrift shopping cool,' said fashion designer Hazel Anissa.
In the noncreative context, where inputs are tangible assets managed by different people who cannot write perfectly complete contracts, the standard property-rights solution to this sort of problem is integration.
We don't separate our teams into creative and noncreative people because everyone has a different type of creativity, and they're all needed to complete a project.
Most knowledge workers spend about twothirds of their day performing routine, repetitive, and noncreative tasks.
It is not in humans' designed nature to be satisfied with things as they are, to receive provision for their needs without working, to endure idleness for long, to toil in a system of noncreative oppression, or to work in social isolation.
In the case of transactions involving lower-value talent, outside financing, and suppliers of other noncreative inputs, Hollywood tends to prefer hard contracts.
17) It is in this analysis, as well as the synthesis with autopoietic systems-theory in section 4, that I aim to elevate the present study above what might otherwise be taken to be merely noncreative, secondary literature.
The value of a single case study here lies in how it facilitates a microanalysis of production practices and the daily intersection between creative and noncreative factors.
I would never go back to a situation where I had anyone telling me what to do, especially noncreative people trying to shoe-horn you into a box for money.