Cooperation is found at the top of an Escalator

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Here's an interesting study - where are people at there best (as measured from a Dr Who perspective) at the top or bottom of the stairs?

Why Escalators Brings out the Best in People

A curious connection between altitude and goodness
David A. Schroeder | March 29, 2011  Mind Matters, Scientific American So this has me wondering if we could see the same results at the top of an elevator - I doubt it.  Therefore, I suggest you place your team room at the top of an escalator - to infuse the most cooperation within the team.

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