Walking during meetings leads to good decision making
Walking During Meetings Leads To Good Decision Making And Creative Juices. Walking during meetings leads to good decision-making, as they liberate the creative juices , a new study has found.
Washington: Walking during meetings leads to good decision-making, as they liberate the creative juices , a new study has found.
President Barack Obama is among a growing number of executives who'd rather walk than sit in a conference room when they want to mull and make important decisions, Mashable reported.
While certainly not brand new, Apple Inc. founder late Steve Jobs was famous for it. Walking has become a full-fledged fad among executives.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg clinched his deal to buy WhatsApp, the mobile messaging service, for 19 billion dollars in February after taking hour-long walks around Silicon Valley with WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum.
The trend is partly being stoked by executives trying to get a little bit removed from their overly plugged-in desks, with all of the demands of smartphones and computers.
It's also boosted by the increasing number of open-space offices, which give even top executives little privacy to speak candidly or have any alone time.