Organizations have several different types of “doors”.
Some companies have configured their office space to have “no doors”. Everything is open. Employees work at communal tables. Meetings are held in little spaces that are pre-reserved. This open office concept has been seeing some backlash lately, but many companies swear by it as a way to encourage collaboration.
Then there are “open door” companies, which means that employees are encouraged to walk in, sit down, and say whatever is on their mind. Feedback is encouraged. Obviously, there’s a downside if the policy doesn’t match the practice.
Finally, some companies have the