Highlights – August 2014

Now, let's take a look at the most important research findings from various fields of study.

Chairs provide great support during long meetings, but they may also be holding us back. Standing during meetings boosts the excitement around creative group processes and reduces people's tendency to defend their turf, according to a new study that used wearable sensors.

According to Andrew Knight of the Olin Business School at Washington University, removing chairs could be a low-cost way to redesign an office space and alter how peopl.....

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