Walls Can Wait . . . because the cubicle is the current state of office space.
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Bob Propst, who invented the cubicle in 1964, has surely learnedto hate Dilbert. Still, as somebody who toils in a newsroomfor The Cincinnati Post when I'm not walking theEntrepreneur beat, what I wouldn't give for an officecubicle. Co-workers' telephones ring in my ear, nearby sportsreporters shout scores, field trips make routine visits to mydesk-it's a little like working on the sidewalk.
But I know I'd be trading a sidewalk for something thatinspires daydreams of John McCain rotting in a colorless cell.Which is why employees can't be blamed if they leave yourcubicle-crammed company for something better.
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