in reply to On Creating an Effective Work Environment
In addition to the excellent advice already given, here are a few links with food for thought.
We put our people in cubicles and then tell them to think outside the box.
Hmm, cubes are boxes, so that essentially means:
We put our people in boxes and then tell them to think outside the box.
OK, that makes more sense, so we have a box, but we are supposed to leave it to think. Cool. I'll be in the park for the next few hours.
Uhm, if you leave before your shift is up, you're fired.
So, I supposed to think outside the box for this job, but I'm not allowed to leave the box to think. How am I supposed to think outside the box.
Damn it, that what your off time is for.
But my off time is supposed to be for me to do my own thing.
Officer, arrest this bourgeois bastard. He is being unconventional. Thinks he's better than the rest of us.
Quiet phone by wrapping the ringer with tape.
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Re: Re: On Creating an Effective Work Environment
by chanio (Priest) on Aug 23, 2003 at 01:41 UTC
by BrowserUk (Pope) on Aug 23, 2003 at 02:55 UTC