If there were no such thing as the ubiquitous office cubicle, there would be no Dilbert comic strip.
A whole generation of managers, office dweebs, nerdy engineers, and cubicle dwellers have relied on the wry humor and dead-on happenings that Scott Adams wrote about in the iconic office space design of the ’60s.
Now, it seems the office cubical is undergoing a much-needed redesign. Led by big-name design firms Knoll and Herman Miller, the cubicle is moving away from rows upon rows of stark utilitarian spaces and towards features that emphasize comfort and collaboration.
Read more about it in the July/August issue of “Fast Company” or take a quick look at the online version here.
What’s your favorite Dilbert cartoon or personal cubicle story?