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Video and the Distributed Workforce

VIDEO AND THE DISTRIBUTED WORKFORCE WHAT IS THE DISTRIBUTED WORKFORCE? The distributed workforce is also known as "free agents" who are a legion of externally mobile workers who can work anywhere, anytime. People who turn coffee shops, libraries, stores, airports or parks into their new office when there is wifi available. Percentage of organizations that have a remote workforce: 84% MODERN WORKER CLASSIFICATION Modern workers can be classified into one (or more) of four types: FIXED/STATIC INTERNALLY MOBILE EXTERNALLY MOBILE TELECOMMUTER Employees engage in independent work – traditional office tasks ranging from process support implementing the thinking and ideas of others to knowledge work originating information, concepts, and ideas. Alternate between individual and group work throughout the day but mostly remain within the corporate office environment. Perform both individual and group work, but they work any time, anywhere. A growing number of knowledge workers are using corporate office environments as a hub, center of excellence, or communities of practice. Full-time employees working at home or in a satellite office. VIDEO MEETUPS BUILD TRUST AND ENGAGEMENT How can managers enhance the engagement of distributed employees who works at a different time and place? o Support highly participative approaches to establishing distributed work environments. o Define and disseminate formal policies and procedures for distributed work. o Establish explicit, tangible performance measures (e.g., for web conferences). o Develop formal agreements about regular interaction (e.g., schedule web conferences regularly and be clear about your expectations of them). = VIDEO ALLOWS EMPLOYEES TO CONNECT REMOTELY = Through video collaboration tools (video conferencing and collaboration platforms) distributed work teams can... o Meet face-to-face o Share content and documents o Create virtual co-working environments that allow them to huddle, and brainstorm o Advance projects in real-time VIDEO CAN REDUCE TOTAL OPERATIONAL COSTS Labor-related costs represent 70% of an organization's total costs of operation and video can reduce the cost of... o Travel and entertainment o Office space o Downtime (due to sick-leave, family emergencies, etc.) sources: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. published by: mediaplatform

Video and the Distributed Workforce

shared by jessief on Feb 03
What does the modern workplace look like? Is it row upon row of cubicles and modular workstations? Or is it perhaps a more open-flow office plan with shared workspace environments that encourage great...


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