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Choosing the Best Board Room Format

The best boardroom format will depend on how many people are attending and what type of discussion is being held. You’ll need to select the layout of your room that allows participants to record notes, or to make use of interactive displays.

One of the most popular options is the classic boardroom layout that has been featured in many movies and is perfect for discussions that require collaboration and decision-making. It is made up of rectangular tables that are pushed together that place all participants on equal footing. It is also great for presentations and can accommodate both in-person and remote participants.

Another option is the hollow square design, which consists of four tables set in a rectangular shape with people seated along the edges. There is an open space in the middle where the facilitator can work. This is ideal for a gathering of less than 20 people. It’s suitable for meetings that don’t have to be about making decisions but instead focus on sharing information or working on specific projects. It’s not the best choice for video conferences or remote attendees.

The classroom style is ideal for instructive types of training workshops, but it can be uncomfortable if you’re running a long time when attendees are expected to record notes. The theatre style is ideal for large-scale meetings where you’ll be presenting your presentation and want to make sure everyone is able to view your presentation in a visual format.

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