IT's™Becoming the main practice in the world of corporate officeswide.
As we all know, office buildings include small boxes called compartments.
But no matter how many times they tell you to "think"™Outside the box, you can™Don't do this because of you™Actually in the box!
So if you™You raise your head on the partition wall, then Mr. executive or miss. ™Grassland again-dogging! Prairie-
Dog or compartment-
Peeking is a term used to describe the sudden appearance of the head of the office staff on the walls of the partition wall in response to loud sounds or noise.
Offices full of compartments are definitely common-
Architect William Jay Hartman believes that this design may not be suitable for everyone because they encourage effective compartments --peeking.
Sharat Ruhia, an executive at a multinational company, said: "Prairie-
It's a great audience sport to play dogs.
Standing up, looking at the panel of the office, often talking about the panel of the office, this practice is considered acceptable office behavior.
Just in case, you™A new compartment
Peeper, here are some tips on etiquette: make some warning noise before the real Prairiedogging;
Keep your voice down™Climb up the chair;
If peeking in two or more compartments, don't™Direct eye contact with occupants of the middle compartment;
If you™I have an interesting insight to share, name this person, don't™Don't yell at anyone.
Yes, both people involved in the indirect conversation should be standing.