One of the simplest things you can do to help meetings get out of a funk is to have people go for a walk-and-talk. I often find groups stuck at tables first react to this idea with impatience and dislike; that’s the nature of being stuck in a rut, you often resist getting out of it.

So it was useful to see this bit of research backing up how walking supports creative thinking.

Hat tip: TIm Kastelle’s tweet

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