I recently stumbled across a declassified field manual published by the Office of Strategic Services (the precursor to the CIA) in 1944. The manual describes simple methods that everyday citizens can use to sabotage and demoralize the enemy's war effort. It's a relatively short field manual, and you can find the scanned PDF here on the CIA's website.

One of the sections is devoted to sabotaging productive workplaces, and while reading it I actually laughed out loud. It almost exactly describes the behaviors of some former coworkers, and rather accurately reflects some of the most broken aspects of company cultures I have experienced. Here is the section:

I think I might get this printed & framed to hang in my office. On top of providing a bit humor, it's also a great example of exactly the sort of corporate culture you don't want to engender in the workplace. Unless, of course, your goal is to sabotage your organization.