Sunday, January 29, 2006

The Puzzle in Office

Someone from the management team has thought of something really classic to keep us occupied in office. There is a realization that people get knackered when there is a complicated problem occupying one's head. And the best way to solve the problem is to leave the problem to rest for some time and taking up the same after some rest.

For this same purpose, there is a complicated block puzzle placed in one end of the office. It has some 2500 pieces of old London Victoria station with minute, minute details...Whenever someone is puzzled with a complicated problem and wants to get out of the scenario, he is welcome to come over to the puzzle table and start piecing together details with a sample pic along the side.

I found this a pretty good idea. And it works. A good diversion helps you in thinking of a solution to the complicated problem that is nagging you and helps you in thinking of a good solution too.

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