The Party Planning Committee From the Office is Recruiting: Do You Have What it Takes?
Here’s all the special skills you would need to thrive on the Party Planning Committee. If you’re as efficient as Angela, as imaginative as Phyllis Vance, and more detail-oriented than Pam Beesly, you just might make the cut.
What if The Office and Harry Potter Existed in the Same Universe?
In continuing with our efforts to study muggle strategies for increasing employee morale, I viewed the American equivalent of the Wernham Hogg documentary I had viewed previously.
Stanley’s Motto in The Office: The Opposite of Michael’s Motto
While Stanley may be infuriating to watch, his purpose is clear. In relation to Michael, he is hilarious; and Michael in relation to Stanley is simply side splitting.
Lessons from The Office Conference Room Scenes: Is Your Voice Being Heard?
Nearly every conference room scene in The Office portrays a relatively relaxed environment where free thought and participation are encouraged. While the topics discussed aren’t usually work-related, I thought it would be interesting to analyze the meetings from an organizational psychology perspective.
Pam and Roy Analysis: The Perils of Ignoring Your Heart
As I was watching The Office finale and listening to Pam speak these words, I was moved more by her emotional performance than the actual words. I had been taught to believe the exact opposite.
Andy and Erin Analysis: When Loved Ones are Lost at Sea
While I am obviously pro-Erin, I would like to write about one of Erin’s major flaws: not being assertive.
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