Employees Stepping Out Of Their Cubicle To Find “White Space”

Employees Stepping Out Of Their Cubicle To Find “White Space”
Jeff Squires
  • 19 december 2007

Last week, the New York Times ran an interesting article exploring the growing trend of professionals stepping out of their cubicle to get work done. The idea is that nobody actually gets anything done at their desk – the constant distractions and mundane routines of sitting at one’s desk often prevent any creative or introspective actions from surfacing. This frustrating aspect of traditional office life is driving people to seek out “white space” – a term that implies a place set apart, physically and mentally where the work actually gets done.

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