For a long time now, videos have served companies as a truly high-impact tool for training purposes. Their ability to capture and replay human activity is second to no other medium, and so they are especially ideal for walking their audience through specific techniques, processes or tasks.
It’s exciting times we’re living in my friends. Behold, a new era of unprecedented diversity – where the places we work at could have up to five different generations working side by side.
In the future, I imagine arriving at work via a teleportation machine like the ones they had on Star Trek; which would beat having to jostle for space on the public commute.
I also imagine working alongside human colleagues and robotic colleagues. Preferably robots which come equipped with both jaw-dropping features aka EVE from Wall-E, and a heart-warming disposition aka Wall-E from Wall-E.
The good managers ask: “How can I maximize the performance of my team?”
While the great managers ask: “How can I maximize the performance of my team while supporting their growth?
And the best managers understand that fulfilling the second part of the last question will help them achieve the first part of it.
No company works alone. Businesses today are not made up of just their employees, but also their business partners, suppliers and even customers – a group known as the “extended enterprise”.
Many forward-thinking companies have long reaped the benefits of providing information to, building knowledge centres around, or educating their extended enterprise. The benefits of which usually focus around the themes of increasing revenue or reducing costs. If you need a bit more convincing to its merit, you can check out: How Training Customers Leads to New Revenue and How Channel Learning Strengthens Partnerships, Improves Customer Satisfaction and Earns you more Revenue.