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Whoever thought enjoying video time was over with their college days had better think again. Just as lectures were ...
Whoever thought enjoying video time was over with their college days had better think again. Just as lectures were recorded for students to be used as a study resource, video can be incorporated in the conference room and used in helpful ways.
A study done by Cisco suggests that 87% of young entrepreneurs would prefer to work for an organization that has employed video, rather than for one that hasn't. So, how can companies apply video in order to keep young executives in their think-tanks?
The organizer of a meeting could share a presentation prior to it happening, so that the limited meeting time is used most effectively, adding value to the discussion and decision making process. These recorded videos can also add additional information and context for all attendees in a fun and engaging way.
Companies could use video to provide on-demand training to employees, while saving them precious time in terms of workload. Training can now take place across the country, with today's rise of the video platform and online learning.
Just as students share knowledge utilizing social tools, companies can apply this practice to share their experiences. Namely, employees can record their observations and ideas, and directly share them with co-workers or mentors.
Travelling around the world for a 40-minute meeting with partners, or new bosses, can be exhausting and expensive. Video can save employees various travel costs and precious time. Teleworking is also a convenient remote-working method for a lot of employees.