My personal Linux box is hooked up to a single display: true neutral.
But the laptop I use for work at home, using the same display plus its own, makes my home office setup lawful neutral.
In the office, I use dual displays: neutral good.
I think your test if flawed: how come neither of the work-related setups are some kind of evil? Even if I’m neutral at heart, there should be some influence.
I go to the office twice a week, and usually take the same desk (our team has a fixed area allotted to us on those days).
I’ve also worked in a flex setup, which was bad and illogical: there was a clean desk policy, and after inspections, you either got a ‘well done’ note and a small chocolate, or a ‘you can do better’ note and no chocolate. Which is nice, in theory, but if the seating is really flexible, you get ‘your’ evaluation based on the previous user’s tidyness; and if the setup is not really flexible, the fully ‘clean desk’ policy (no personal items, no pictures and mugs, no headset and so on left on the desk at the end of the day) does not make sense.
Because you still expect corporate policies to make sense .
You have to lean to turn them your way. Once I was looking for a seat in a company building I rarely go to, and there was this nice desk in a corner near a window, so I sat there. A couple of minutes later a lady comes and tells me I can’t use this desk because it is some $high_ranking_director’s desk. Sorry, but there is no identification on this desk, so it’s mine for the afternoon. Plus, they don’t know who I am
I have come to prefer a standing desk 99% of the time. In my office I have one, but when I am working somewhere else for a few days, I have learned to improvise from items I find in the building (stacks of books, maybe a piece of wood, there is always something).
I only dismantle these when I leave. I imagine that this would freak out the inspectors in your company.
A couple of years ago when I was visiting a university as a guest a student saw such a construction (books + a wood plank the janitor kindly provided for me) and asked if he could have the pieces after I leave.