Also, you sound like a fucking prick to work with. You have no understanding of teamwork and collective need. If I need something for an important test and I know you don't need it, then you bet your fucking ass I'm swiping it from your desk and the director will have my back when it's fucking company property, not your personally equipment.>I need to quickly borrow xyz for a lab test from anon
Scenario 1>Anon is in a call>>I have to place a bet as to whether or not they're in an important call that I have to wait until they finish (which could be hours) or assume it's unimportant and risk interuptting an important call
Scenario 2>Anon isn't at their desk>>Better go scour 3 fucking different building and 2 dozen rooms to figure out which one they are in so I can ask
Scenario 3>Anon is right in the middle of solving a problem>I interrupt them, breaking them out of deep thinking and they could have been on the verge of a breakthrough taking multiple days
If you have worked in an R&D facility, many pieces of equipment/material will arrive and be taken from your desk multiple times a day. If people are required to ask to be able to use common property, one of the three scenarios above happens driving productivity to a halt when dozens if not hundreds of times a day people have to stop work for basic shit.
Sure if I don't know the person, I'll let them know what I'm doing. But ultiamtely company culture is, do what you need to and always put the team first.>>10589358
I don't think I have to do this. It's purely subconscious, hence the entire post was my realisation.
I'll be sure to let my coworkers and friends know that I'm a piece of shit next time we have a sprint and because I'm required by some retard who's never worked in a team before, that I will need to halve my productivity for the sake of unnecessary formality.
You really do sound awful to work with.