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Think outside the cube!
Buzz in the business world today. Dream Cubicle hired a new Vice President of Social Media and Internet Marketing.
Cubie Percival McFly has been buzzing around the social media business since his hatching on February 17, 2013.
McFly has literally been a fly on the corporate office wall, just waiting for the right VP position to come along. McFly stated “I am so excited to join the Dream Cubicle team, they have a great product line and I think my time spent hanging around corporate boardrooms has given me the experience I need to fulfill my new position with Dream Cubicle.”
Linnea Anderson, Dream Cubicle owner stated “We couldn’t get rid of him, he just kept buzzing around the office – so we gave him a job.”
Mr McFly will be in charge of Dream Cubicle Social Media programs including blogs, newsletters and the upcoming Dream Cubicle magazine.
Great information for cubicle dwellers with a green thumb. Anybody else have any great cubicle plant idea’s?
Hope not…but if you, you do…As discussed before, how you decorate and what you decorate your cubicle with does say something about you..now I am not quite sure if decorating your office with excessive childish toys says a lot of positive…Depends on the job and the company you work for I guess.
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OK, this article is funny. Easy to read too. So have you considered decorating your cubicle with all the rejection letters you got from past job applications? Didn’t think so …this guy has crazy but funny ideas when it come to decorating your cubicle. Read it.
The cube farm. Creation of the efficiency mentality, bane of corporate existence. How can you make your cube more personal, more distinctive, a real home-from-home? Here’s a few suggestions!
“Did you get that memo?” becomes a thing of the past. Every time you receive a memo from upper management, simply print it off and pin it to the partition. You could even print them in different colours and text styles, to highlight the ones full of management-speak that really ruined your day! Soon your cube will become a testament to the inadequacy of your bosses, the ridiculous notions being instituted by the board of Directors and all those intriguing little things you must remember to do with cover-sheets!
A dual-purpose idea, as it not only decorates your cube, but provides that essential mid-morning snack to go with your coffee. Stick some longer pins in the partitions and hang licorice laces on them. Give your cube that “licorice jungle” look and go on an eating safari. For the really adventurous, try mixing in some marshmallows or doughnuts.
If your company has an employee directory, print off as many photos as you can of your colleagues. Pin them up in little groups, with obscure annotations like “Secure 3″ and “Biohazard” jotted on them in marker pen. To keep your fellow workers as paranoid as possible, you can even move people between groups occasionally… or make them ‘disappear’ suddenly one day!