What is a Board Room?

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The boardroom is used for meetings at the highest level of the company. It can hold up to 48 people (24 can be sitting at tables and 24 people can be situated around the walls). This room is a reflection of K-State Olathe’s commitment to meet requirements of the industry in executive meetings space and research as well as training. It is a more formal setting with an upscale decor and basic audiovisual equipment.

The word “board” brings to mind images of rich men sitting in a room with a wood panel with high ceilings, discussing corporate policy and pricing for the sole purpose of monopolizing a market or opportunity. The boardroom is now an area of innovation which allows more collaboration and participation across the globe in making important decisions that impact the entire company.

The design of the room should be flexible and find adaptable to the intended purpose. The room should also be fitted with the latest technology to ensure that meetings are as productive as they can be. Additionally, the atmosphere of the room should be inviting and comfortable to encourage engagement and facilitate the exchange of ideas.

A boardroom must have an adequate screen to accommodate all guests. It should also be equipped with projection equipment to show presentations and whiteboards to help facilitate discussions. Some modern boardrooms include videoconferencing software that allows remote attendees to connect and allows for greater diversity on the board. Infassure provides modern boardrooms to ensure that your next meeting is successful.