Choosing the Best Board Room Format

The ideal boardroom layout will depend on how many people are attending and the kind of discussion is being conducted. You’ll want to choose a layout for your meeting room that allows attendees to write notes or make use of interactive displays.

The traditional boardroom is a popular option. It has been featured in numerous movies, and is perfect for discussions that require collaboration and decision-making. It’s comprised of rectangular tables that are connected, putting all attendees on the same page. It’s also suitable for presenting and can accommodate both in-person and remote participants.

Another alternative is the hollow square layout which is comprised of four tables set in a square shape with people seated along the edges. The middle is an open space where a facilitator can work. This is a great option for meetings with less than 20 participants. It’s also a great option for collaborative sessions when the focus is not on making decisions, but instead sharing information or working on specific projects. However, it’s not necessarily the most ideal option for video conference or remote attendees.

The classroom style is used for training sessions and workshops that are instructional but it might not be the best choice for those who must take notes for an extended period of time. Theatre style is great for large-scale meetings where you’ll be presenting your presentation and you want to ensure that all attendees are able to see the presentation.

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