Corporate Television’s 5 easy steps to corporate television

Corporate Television’s 5 easy steps to corporate television

Enjoying a world where video is everywhere is a reality. You just have to take a look at the explosive growth of on-line video in the last five years. According to Cisco, 76 percent of business executives watch one-way business videos at least once a week, and 40 percent view them daily. Not just that, but the most popular use of one-way video is for education and training, listed among the top three preferences by 48 percent of executives.

Mission: Accomplished—A Case Study on Healthcare Compliance

Mission: Accomplished—A Case Study on Healthcare Compliance

We have already explained what Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Retention are and why handling Knowledge properly is so important for an organization and can definitely be a game changer.

The Crude Solution (Latest Isn’t Always the Greatest)

The Crude Solution (Latest Isn’t Always the Greatest)

Most of the developers of learning technologies are located in first world countries. They take what they see around as a baseline when creating new stuff. They are countries open to investing in new technologies, with amazing Internet connections and cheap options in terms of mobile devices.

What happens when our target audience is not in one of these places?

Technology: Does it Replace or Enhance HRM?

Technology: Does it Replace or Enhance HRM?

“By utilising the more trusted and stable advances, HR can turn their department into a highly efficient part of the company that can shift its focus from maintaining employee satisfaction to growth” (Nicole Dominique Le Maire) Successful companies attach great importance to human resource management and internal communications, because of their value and the strategic […]

How video is the key in Corporate Communication.

How video is the key in Corporate Communication.

Companies should create internal content as Television does: thinking of a target audience, engaging, informing and entertaining. It should be social, straight to the point and portable. That’s how Youtubers do it and it works. That’s what televisions are discovering too. Why not companies?