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Standing Meetings Can Increase Productivity

A new study has found that employees have more productive group meetings when they stand, suggesting that companies should adopt furniture designs and layouts that discourage sitting. What do you think?

  • “Next thing you know, they'll say ‘listening’ and ‘writing things down’ will increase productivity too.”

    Britni Pierce
    Cue Card Holder
  • “Did we really spend 10,000 years building a civilization where we get to sit all the time just to give that up?”

    Jesse Kagan
    Farmers Market Planner
  • “I don't know about that, but it does sound better than ‘we don't have enough chairs.’”

    Shane Carmichael
    Sales Analyst