I am still trying to figure out why the Harvard Business school teaches that blocking communications is a good business practice.
Well, it seems to be on to something, former Harvard student Mark is using that practice on the little project he started, Facebook as well as one he purchased, Instagram. It isn't limited to Harvard as a graduate from Princeton, Jeff, did the same with his start-up called Amazon
. Stanford students, Larry and Sergey did as well with their west coast start up, I don't remember the name, I guess it can be Googled. (I just did, its called Alphabet now. I'll try to remember). There are some other lesser known and smaller socialist media companies that block communication too, but why go into minor details.
I will say one company came into being because the founders were interested in improving communication
by allowing free unlimited telephone calls well before ubiquitous satellite and cell phones. But that is how UC Berkeley helps folks Think Different
. But after Steven and Stephan left, that company blocked some communication too. Steve did not leave once but had two bites of the apple before departing permanently. Stephan left once (I count the plane crash recovery as a break) and I don't count employed as a ceremonial employee as having decision making power. He, Stephan, Stephen as mom intended, Steve as he preferred, and later as student Rocky Raccoon Clark with a UC Berkeley Diploma in that name he properly earned, Woz, as he is best known, still promotes communication.