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I attend online meetings a lot. And it’s not just because my company makes GoToMeeting. Rather, it’s because we’ve adopted a workshifting culture where colleagues are often working at disparate locations, either at home, at a different company office or on the road (for conferences, vacations, etc.). We’ve also adopted the Agile project management methodology, […]

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A recent survey of business leaders indicates that, over the next five years, there will be significant increases in flexible work arrangements. The primary drivers for workshifting will be the need to attract and retain rockstar talent. The survey, titled “Flexible Work: Perceptions and Realities” was sponsored by FlexPaths, a global leader in flexible working […]

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Are Good Webinars Missing in Action?

Posted by on 11 November 2009

Imagine switching on your HDTV eager to watch a show at 9. There you are, popcorn in hand, only to find a blank screen. Then a voice comes on and says they’re waiting for a few more people to tune in, “please stand by.” Meanwhile, they offer a static page with the name of the […]

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Today Roger Courville stops by to share the number two mistake made in online presentations. Roger spends his days consulting and training corporations on how to properly design and optimize webinars.  You can connect with Roger over on Twitter and say hi. Imagine for a moment that you were sitting down over coffee with a […]

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