Thanks to "the man" forcing us to work all hours of the day and night to complete projects, our Circadian rhythms have become so out of whack we are literally falling asleep at our desks. Power naps can help recharge the internal battery, but unless you build a secret George Costanza hidey-hole under your desk, drooling on your keyboard just isn't the way to impress the higher ups.
Perhaps you can talk the boss into buying a couple MetroNaps EnergyPods. These comfortable looking chairs conform to your body, while a "sphere of silence" keeps the clickity-clack of keyboards and ringing phones from disturbing your brief beauty rest. Power naps aren't supposed to be long, and the Energypod keeps you from drifting off to Slumberland by using a combination of vibrations and alarms to wake you after 20 minutes. The EnergyPod looks like something straight out of Sleeper and will set you back $8,000.