Millions of people around the globe have found solace in the reading of the adventures of Scott Adams's Dilbert. A Fortune article dedicated to cubicles is emphasising that even the inventor of cubicles (Robert Propst) thought that his invention was a mistake. At least, it wasn't intended for the cramming of masses of office workers in as much space as possible. Propst ran Herman Miller's research department for years. By the way, I couldn't resist showing Jacques Tati's immortal picture of the modern office in his 1967 movie "Playtime". Monsieur Hulot, in that sense, is Dilbert's predecessor in his criticism of the modern office.
March 28, 2006
The Cubicle trap
[En] Yann Gourvennec has dealt with Marketing and innovation for over 20 years. He created the http://visionarymarketing.com website in 1996. This blog is a personal blog. [Fr] Yann Gourvennec a plus de 20 ans d'expérience en Marketing & Innovation. Il a créé le site http://visionarymarketing.com en 1996. Ce blog est un blog personnel. View all posts by visionarymarketing
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