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Future of Work: It’s Time to Go Live

For centuries the public received news and information through the newspaper, TV and various digital mediums. Today, social media platforms are breaking down barriers across the globe by introducing live video streams.  

Digital devices and the online channels are changing the way people engage — these mediums give not just journalists and broadcasters a live feed to report daily events, but also a pathway for the public to manifest stories, pictures and videos. 

The latest trend is to push live video on social media through Facebook Live, Meerkat or Periscope. These channels depict only a small number of examples of how the world is socially connected and playing an integral role of how communication and responsiveness takes place. As technology evolves so will the platforms to offer users optimal options for the world to become more interconnected than ever. 

These advances are shaping the future of work and changing the social workplace. This leads to the need to create adaptive organizations to foster a culture of openness and collaboration beyond email — thus driving greater leadership trust and transformation in information exchange.

The speed of technology is developing automation of jobs at a rapid pace that most businesses are not able to embrace the advancements and comprehend the value. To get started on the journey to ‘go live’ here’s a few resources:

Smartphone Video Excellence: How to Film Like a Pro

5 top tips for live streaming video on social media

5 Quick Tips for Using Periscope, Twitter’s Live Video Streaming App

Where will the new digital generation and impact of intelligent technologies take the workplace? Stay tuned for the next update on the future of work vision that identifies the workplace without email!

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