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LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network with more than 530 million users in more than 200 countries, expands its live video programming to connect leadership and employees.
Since 2015, Schneider Electric has produced an annual Leadership Forum event, a live video experience broadcast worldwide and designed to communicate company strategy directly to all employees.
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Town hall meetings. Round-ups. All-hands meetings. Whatever your company calls it, most businesses have some iteration of the all-hands meeting, which exists to keep employees at all levels in the loop on current initiatives, progress, growth and company news. These...read more
When it comes to large, distributed enterprises like retailers or banks, every location has its own data challenges to overcome. Tier 1 locations, like a global headquarters, can have thousands of employees in one building, while some large corporate campuses may...read more
When it comes to enterprise video, internal communications teams always begin with the best of intentions. They envision live video being used to connect corporate leaders with offices around the world so the CEO can deliver her vision live instead over email. Or...read more
At first glance, the challenges between delivering video content and delivering software content couldn’t be more different. With video, dropped data packets and network delay can lead to significant performance problems such as stalling and buffering. While these...read more
When it comes to judging the performance of a live corporate video event such as a CEO town hall, success can be a subjective thing. If you’re the CEO, a successful event might be one where you felt like you delivered the message you wanted to convey in a way that...read more
There is a rolling argument between futurists and historians about the very nature of change. The futurists say that we are living in an age of accelerated change. The reason our heads are spinning – a sensation reported to me by most people I speak to - is that...read more