The way that we conduct business is changing at the pace of technological advancement. Telecommuting is becoming a mainstream option for employees, incentivizing business leaders to invest in technology that binds mobile workforces together. According to research conducted by Quora Consulting, 77 percent of companies surveyed have a culture that is conducive to challenging current workplace practices, while only 19 percent reported that they haven’t implemented “forward-thinking strategies.”
Video technology can to revolutionize the workplace, but only if it’s implemented wisely. Information technology departments and business leaders should take steps to ensure that technological innovations are intuitive and easy to adopt. The right technology has the potential to change the workspace—streamlining work processes, maximizing worker efficiency, and driving innovation.
A Mobile Workforce Presents Challenges (and Opportunities)
The ways we conduct business have gone beyond the brick and mortar office building. Our businesses are becoming more globalized, allowing human resources directors to recruit top talent from all around the nation (and even the globe). With a mobile workforce, information technology leaders need to be creative when it comes to bringing their employees together. A cohesive workforce can help achieve innovation that spurs growth.
Video technology offers a variety of solutions for improvements in the workplace:
Most of us carry video-enabled technology in our pockets. Encouraging employees to use their mobile technology to tap into live-streaming video or virtual meetings can keep your workforce connected, no matter where they are.
Virtual (Reality) meetings. Devices such as Google Cardboard are cost-effective ways for employees to achieve the authenticity of a face-to-face interaction without leaving their homes. What was once only imagined on the TV series “The Jetsons” is becoming a reality for business leaders.
While the mobile workforce has its advantages, it also […]