What a Flexible Workplace Has to Do With Trust and Creativity

Marissa Mayer wants everyone at the office. Other companies don’t even have offices. Where do you fit?

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Cluttered desk, cluttered mind

I do not relate this found post with this special day. What do you think?

Found at Cluttered desk, cluttered mind.

Having a messy desk could be bad for your career. That’s the message from a new survey by US-based recruiter, OfficeTeam, who quizzed more than 500 HR managers at companies with 20 or more employees.

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The Dilbert paradox | The Ideas Economy

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Found at The Dilbert paradox | The Ideas Economy. performance pressures mount in our global economy, competitive success will increasingly depend on resolving the Dilbert Paradox.

What is the Dilbert Paradox? If you ask any senior executives what their top priorities are, they will inevitably respond that talent is one of their top priorities. Got it. But then look at all the enormously popular cultural artifacts like Dilbert and The Office that so graphically demonstrate the absolutely stultifying effect of our daily work environments on talent. How do we reconcile these two observations?

(by Ben Torode)

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