November 2010
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Seating Arrangements Can Affect Group Morale

When group members see each other during group tasks, they're more likely to give each other the credit they deserve - an important factor in reducing group conflicts according to a new study on group seating configurations.

Brian C. Gunia, a doctoral candidate in Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, and Professor Brice Corgnet of the Universidad de Navarra in Spain studied the seating arrangements and perceptions of 22 groups in the study "Did I Do That? Group P

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