Category: Best practices
Believe it or not, meetings serve a greater purpose than just delivering messages, goals and incentive information. They directly influence employees’ loyalty and connection to the company. With their satisfaction at stake, how do you ensure your communication is hitting the mark?
(Photo: Dell employees record a video using My Mediasite by Sonic Foundry. Credit: Lawrence Grafton)
Companies are increasingly engaging employees with video for corporate communications and trainings. They’re fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation into the hands of their employees.
(Lawrence Grafton, creator of DellTV, presented his Mediasite story today during Unleash 2014, the annual Mediasite User Conference in Madison, Wis.)
Companies are increasingly engaging employees with video for corporate communications and trainings.Take Dell, for example.
Dell uses My Mediasite to unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 employees around the world – resulting in a year of hockey-stick growth.
(Madison Guess and Dawn Boyd of LG Electronics presented their Mediasite story today during Unleash 2014, the annual Mediasite User Conference in Madison, Wis. Photo credit: Nick Berard)
LG Electronics technicians are always on the go. Their time is precious and they can’t take hours out of their day to attend training sessions. They need the information fast and when it’s convenient for them.
Google Glass + Mediasite: The Future of Consumer Video Capture in the Enterprise — Scott Lawson, QAD
(Part of an ongoing series featuring Enterprise Video Award finalists)
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As companies become more interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation in the hands of their employees.
Imagine finding yourself on an elevator with the famous founder of your company. Do you smile politely and ride it out? Or do you seize the opportunity and pitch him the big idea you’ve been working on?
If you’re Lawrence Grafton you do the latter. He pitched Michael Dell himself on an enterprise video initiative that would unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 Dell employees and ensure that everyone, no matter where they are in the world, is speaking the same language.