When you drive, assuming you're in the US, you're supposed to stay on the right side of the road. I think this principle should be upheld whenever possible - on the sidewalk, in an office, or anywhere a clear traffic flow can be observed.
It's not that hard!
|I don't know Dave, but I know he can appreciate what I'm saying here.|
Unless you are on your way to the bathroom with explosive diarrhea, the answer is a resounding "NO".
It takes you, according to my math, 9,456,593 tight turns to make up for every instance you nearly run into me. The reason is simple. Once you have an impromptu introduction like this you have to stop, sometimes pick yourself up off the floor (because let's face it, not too many people - at least in my office - can come around the corner and collide with my 6'5", 240 pound frame and not suffer some sort of redirection), apologize for being an idiot, probably make some stupid comment about how we need mirrors at each of these dangerous corners, then continue on your way.
Save yourself the humiliation, and probably some precious time, and stay in your own lane.
Do I really need to bring in a roll of duct tape to put down lane lines?