Paul Graham’s 2009 essay, “Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule”, describes the differences that lead these these two factions to clash:
Office cultures often reward the most visible, vocal workers, incentivizing people to “be visible and vocal, often”.
The ease of scheduling meetings in the office without consideration for their bigger impact is precisely why they’re such a threat to productivity.
While porting over office ...
Open floor plans are justified through their ability to generate collaboration across departments and lead to more innovative ideas. But this idea is largely flawed.
Unfortunately, most workp...
Remote work, whether working from home or intentionally opting for a co-workspace of choice, allows makers to flourish.
Far from the expanse of an open office, individuals can dedica...
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