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The Positive Power of Disruptions at Meetings

Some observations from OSAE Member Kalahari Resorts & Conventions

A disruption during a meeting used to nave a negative connotation. Of course, business meetings also used to consist of simply a speaker on a stage addressing people in business attire while they sat in rows and rows of folding chairs.

Nowadays, business moguls and meeting planners alike are seeking out disruptions, believing that they spark innovation. At a time where attentions spans are diminishing and employees may need to be forced out of the corporate status quo, disruptions have become a good thing.

It may seem out of sync, but more and more event organizers are planning disruptions—to sustain interest and attention, or just to surprise people and keep them on their toes. Here are 10 ideas for interrupting the action to achieve overall event success.

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