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Standing Meetings May Improve Work Performance, Washington University Study


6/23/2014 6:54:15 AM

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A new study suggests standing during meetings indirectly benefits work performance in organizations where knowledge working is key to productivity. It found that compared with sitting, groups who held meetings standing up were more excited and less territorial about ideas, both of which lead to better elaboration of information, indirectly benefitting group performance.

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