I had a boss who was a one minute walk down a hallway and they still emailed me for everything including small talk.
I doubt moving her office across the street will really impact effiency.
Then you know how ... empowering it is to be managed by email
(And I do
know how that feels.)
Besides isn't the article saying the building she's in already dedicated to the agency that the status of women is under?
There's ministerial staff there, but the worker bees delivering the program are in the other site. Not a perfect
parallel, but is the battalion commander best based with the battalion, or at brigade HQ?
The minister didn't care about public criticism or where the money was even going to come from - seems about right for liberals in government these days doesn't it?
Don't get me wrong: I think she could have saved the money and stayed where she was. I just threw in the extra info to let folks make a more informed decision on whether they agree/disagree with her move.
Funny, though, how one man's "doesn't care about public criticism" and "using their majority to just do what they want" can be another man's "doing what they think is right" and "leading and not necessarily just following the herd" ...