Consider this — you’re trying to add the final slides to an important presentation, but you can’t seem to finish. Secretly, you want a change of scenery. You either want to pull up a game of solitaire on your laptop, or play Words With Friends on your phone. You can’t though, because you’re at work. Your team or manager may not like it. It’s simply not acceptable. You might know the feeling. Despite cultural notions that playing games at work is counterproductive, it’s actually quite the opposite. Games can be a great tool to create a better work environment for…