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In today’s video blog, I discuss the value of asynchronous video communication—commonly referred to as Video on Demand (VOD). Video on demand is quickly becoming a critical communication and engagement channel for both team and organizational leaders, particularly in today’s work-from-anywhere environment. I will also cover how leaders can put VOD into immediate use within their organizations, share how I use asynchronous video communication personally, and discuss my techniques for keeping video on demand impactful versus interruptive for my team.
In the meantime, thank you for taking a few minutes to watch this video blog. And if you have questions related to driving a video-first culture, I encourage you to either complete our Contact Us Form and speak with a Qumu expert, or request a one-on-one meeting with me directly using the new Book Time with TJ functionality on our website. Take care.
Qumu CEO Vlog for Business Leaders: Asynchronous Communications
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