Freeing up the boardrooms
The huddle room has exploded in recent years. With one leading collaborations company declaring that they want everyone to ‘Huddle Happy’, but what is a huddle space?
A huddle was traditionally known as a heads together team chat before the commencement of the working day, or alternatively as a way for a sports team to discuss last minute tactics prior to the big game.
Now the Huddle is a smaller collaboration space, that allows teams to share ideas, or make decisions, whilst not occupying the more traditional boardroom meeting spaces.
How do I make a Huddle Space?
A huddle space will typically consist of a screen of varying sizes, a small central table and a video conferencing codec or camera.
The Hurried Huddle
The huddle space lends itself to ad-hoc meetings, you can build them into the fabric of open plan office spaces with minimal upheaval and indeed expenditure.
Unlike traditional boardroom style meetings rooms that often have to be booked days, weeks or even months in advance. The huddle space allows people to have a productive discussion on the fly, and keeps these smaller projects moving without having to tie up bigger meetings spaces.
Find out more
To find out how to transform your collaboration estate and embrace the huddle, contact ISDM Solutions to find out more.