In an office (with actual doors), perhaps, but an open floor plan solution is to save money, not to increase collaboration. All research articles I have noticed over the years conclude that productivity plummets in an open floor plan solution. If there is a job description it is suited for, I have yet to see it mentioned. The upsides of collaboration and camaraderie is obliterated by noise levels and disruptions.
Personally, I stay home and keep email closed and my phone off if I have something I actually need to get done in a timely fashion. It's the only way to get actual work done. At the office I have the best noise cancelling headphones money can buy (well, according to the reviews).