Choosing the Best Board Room Format

If you’re hosting quarterly meetings for executives or smaller huddle rooms for informal collaboration, the ideal design for your board room will depend on the kind of discussion you’ll be having and the number of people attending. If you’re looking for participants to take notes or use interactive displays, you’ll have to select a layout for your meeting that is compatible with your preferred discussion style.

The traditional boardroom is a very popular option. It has been featured in numerous movies, and is the perfect choice for discussions that require decision-making and collaboration. It’s comprised of rectangular tables that are pushed together and put all participants on an equal footing. It’s also ideal for presentations and can accommodate remote and in-person participants.

Another option is a hollow square design that consists of four tables arranged in a square shape with participants seated along the outside border. The middle is an area where an facilitator can work. This is ideal for meetings with less than 20 people and is ideal for collaborative sessions that don’t have to be about making decisions, but rather focus on sharing information or working on specific projects. It’s not the ideal choice for video conferences or remote attendees.

The classroom style is perfect for training sessions that are instructive. sessions or workshops but it can be uncomfortable if you’re running a long time where attendees are expected to record notes. Theatre style is great for large meetings in which you’ll be presenting your presentation and want to ensure all attendees are able to see your visual presentation.

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