Come by any time, you know I have an 'Open Door' policy.
I mean, unless I am in one of my 8 standing weekly meetings, or 10-12 ad-hoc meetings that pop up every week.
Or if I am on the phone.
Or if I am intently responding to one of the 79 e-mails in my inbox marked 'Urgent'.
Aside - if you send e-mails and mark them as 'urgent' and the subject matter does not involve bodily injury, hospitalization, or natural disaster, then you are half a jerk.
Or if I am setting the roster for my fantasy sports team.
Or if I am actively monitoring our employer brand on the Social Networks playing Mafia Wars.
Come to think of it, I am not sure I really have an 'Open Door' policy after all.
In fact, I had better close the door and enact a new policy :
If that is the 'true' policy, better to be upfront about it, don't you think?