The History of Office Space

352_native Wired traces the history of office space, from Taylorism, when office workers were treated like factory machines, to the networked (or open) office, where office workers are treated like plug and play machines.

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2 Comments

  1. The idea of office workers being treated like plug-and-play machines is best defined as office workers cooperatively working as one team. In this system, everyone has their designated place and work. =)

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