Canon in Japan came up with this amazing idea:
- What if we remove all the chairs from the offices?
And they didn't stop there. They had also a new brilliant idea:
- What if we put sensors in the corridors that horn sirens and red lights if some employee is walking slower than 5m each 3.6 seconds? (talk about fast-paced business environment).
Well, Canon Japan went beyond the "if" and did it:
Check the details here.
That's the kind of thing that leads to people thinking Japan is an extreme place to work. I am sure it's more an exception than a rule, but it's a little scary that it can actually happen there and people do keep working without torching the place.
Work union, anyone?
Next time you see one jap in any touristical place with a Canon camera, offer your respect, that's a though guy.