How To Keep Your Open Office From Killing Creativity
Jami Oetting

I am not sure why can’t companies simply accept that people come to work work? Let them have some free time outside of office to keep up their creativity and to recharge. It’s nice to have collaboration space and chillout zone, but if you are working your employees so hard they need pretend gimicks to keep them happy, something is not right. Working in software company, how could you code at that table? How can you write a longer piece? God forbid you needed to make a call….

Creativity is a great thing and I like being in a shared office, but everyone deserves private space to work in…