Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work

Inc. columnist and 37signals co-founder Jason Fried believes offices are interruption factories. When people really need to get work done they carve out alone time in a special spot, on a plane, or at odd times, like before anyone gets to the office or after they all go home. Creative types, in particular–designers, programmers, writers, engineers, and the like–need long uninterrupted periods of time to get things done. In the last three minutes of this talk he gives suggestions for how to cut down on office interruptions.
-via Inc.com

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