Standing meetings spur more creativity, yield better results

A new study conducted by researchers at University of Washington found that meetings conducted in rooms without chairs were more creative than meeting conducted in rooms where people were sitting. The study gave various teams 30 minutes to come up with a new university recruitment video, some teams were put in rooms with chairs, and other teams were put in rooms without chairs.

When the study concluded it found that teams in rooms without chairs were more excited about the creative process, and produced better videos as a result. | Find out more on standing creativity on Health Day

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Standing meetings spur more creativity, yield better results

A new study conducted by researchers at University of Washington found that meetings conducted in rooms without chairs were more creative than meeting conducted in rooms where people were sitting. The study gave various teams 30 minutes to come up with a new university recruitment video, some teams were put in rooms with chairs, and other teams were put in rooms without chairs.

When the study concluded it found that teams in rooms without chairs were more excited about the creative process, and produced better videos as a result. | Find out more on standing creativity on Health Day

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