Stand up for creativity

Standing instead of sitting at meetings has several known benefits, but until now, researchers didn’t have empirical data to prove that it really leads to more creativity and better overall performance.  Organizational behavior professors Markus Baer and Andrew Knight use wearable technology in experiments to measure how people behave in meetings whether sitting or standing. Read an executive summary of their research in the newest issue of Praxis, Research that Impacts Business. Baer and Knight discuss their research in this video:

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