We have a lot of ideas that are probably too radical for our office; implementing them would likely make some people uncomfortable. However, you might be able to use some of these ideas in your own office or home:
- “Shoes-discouraged” policy, with a shoe shelf ($30-$300) at the office entrance. In most Japanese homes, no one wears shoes. Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, famously used to wear just his socks around the office. Victor Niederhoffer, a prominent trader, had a sign at the entrance to his Park Avenue office, saying, “Please remove your shoes.”
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Keep your shoes organized with this 3-tier, multipurpose, utility shoe rack. The frame is constructed using durable steel iron while the shelf itself is layered with composite resin wood. Each shelf is able to hold up to three full-size pairs of shoes. As an available option, you can also stack two units together, forming a complete 6-shelf unit. You can also expand horizontally by bridging the shelves to opposing frames. A single unit measures 27-Inch wide by 12-3/4-Inch deep and by 19-1/4-Inch tall.