Applied Innovation in Organization Design and Development

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Ten New Standards for Meeting Room Design

Although the names may have changed, the meeting rooms look the same. In California, Leland Stanford or Charles Crocker sat at the head of the table celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. In New York, J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller managed the vast wealth of their banking and industrial empires. In North Carolina, James Buchanan Duke presided over the cultivation of countless acres of tobacco. During the latter half of the nineteenth century, these men and others like them defined business success in America and, coincidentally, established enduring fashions in meeting room design. A long, narrow table, elegantly crafted from a single piece of wood, dominated each room and focused attention toward the sole individual seated at the head of the table. Tall, straight-backed chairs, upholstered with luxurious hides, conveyed the status of all present and punctuated the formality of the proceedings.

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