Inspired by the dynamic collaboration and decision making that can happen on a football field, huddle rooms have emerged as important meeting spaces in the new world of work. Smaller than typical, more formal conference rooms, huddle rooms are used by small teams of professionals to collaborate on projects, and communicate with remote employees and team members.
Huddle rooms are great for brainstorming sessions and impromptu meetings, where workers really need to communicate intimately to get things done. Many companies create more than one huddle room space, which creates more flexibility and removes scheduling conflicts between different business teams.
If you're looking to transform your company's huddle room into the most productive space in the office, there are some things you will need: