Offices versus Cubicles, Round 2

 Just when you thought the debate between offices and cubicles was closed, new evidence emerges. Despite the happy talk about collaboration and interaction, the collateral damage of cubicle and open seating arrangements often outweigh the limited advantages. These ideas, intended to be cost-saving, have created an army of management minnions oblivious to the distinctions between intellectual inspiration and coffee-klatch blather, and infinitely expanded the…
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What If You Were Wrong?

Get the facts first. You can distort them later. – Mark Twain Mark Twain was a prescient humorist, especially when it came to politics. But even Twain might have been surprised to learn that the more misinformed we are, the more likely we will use facts proving us wrong to convince ourselves we are even more right.   Unfortunately it’s true:…
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