Top Ten Things I Hate About The Cubicle World – Part I

Top Ten Things I Hate About The Cubicle World – Part I

For 17 years I was a manager and always had my own office.  You need a private space when you manage people.  There are a lot of confidential papers and conversations.

As the company grew so did my office and its furnishings.office-space

When I resigned from my management position my office had become very comfortable.  It had become a second home.  I will never let that happen again.  Don’t ever let your office be a home, it’s not.

Now I am in the cubicle world.

I’ve noticed that I have developed a number of pet peeves that I didn’t have to deal with when I had my own office.

I was never one of those managers who hid behind the closed doors of my office.  They were always opened except when I was doing confidential business.

Although I’ll never go back to management again I sure wouldn’t mind having an office to avoid these things that I hate about the cubicle world.

Here are number 10 through 6.  I’ll cover number 5 through 1 in my next post. Continue reading