Evolution of the conference room

We have gone a long way, away from the mock conference, using the smallest equipment and tools such as blackboards, flipcharts and overhead projectors. However, during such a meeting, it is not as efficient as manual operations waste a lot of time.

With the development of technology, the arrival of the Internet has presented a new era of collaborative experience. In today's conference rooms and conference rooms, the main equipment is a combination of laptops, projection systems and audiovisual equipment. This allows participants to save a significant amount of time to evaluate and modify the topic content discussed during the brainstorming session. The introduction of technology has made meetings more fluid, flexible and time efficient.

As technology evolves, meeting rooms and meeting rooms must be flexible and configurable for different settings. Theatre-style meeting room settings are a more popular setting when participants act as viewers.

However, this setting is not recommended if you need to take notes. This arrangement is flexible and the lines can be any shape, such as circular, semi-circular, straight or angular. However, one of the disadvantages of this setup is that the group interaction is minimal.

Today, U-shaped devices are also a popular choice for organizers. It is a row of conference tables in the shape of a letter U with a corresponding table on the chair. This layout is typically used for electronic board meetings and discussion groups where a coordinator speaks in focus. U-shaped settings for meetings and meetings improve interaction between participants. However, for larger capacities, this is not recommended.

The classroom style setting uses multiple rows of conference tables and chairs facing the front of the room. The counselor usually stands in front of the room. This setting is great for taking notes, and meetings require handouts or reference materials or devices such as laptops or electronic tablets. This setup is best for long-term meetings and focuses on coordinators. This setup is ideal because the moderator has oversight of all participants. It is ideal for larger capacities. However, this setup does not allow too much interaction between participants because they can only see each other behind them.

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