The physical location of the office is moving. The popularity of remote work is spreading. Upwork’s 2018 Future Workforce Report predicts that 38% of hiring managers will employ staff that predominantly work remotely in the next 10 years. This is for a myriad of reasons, including long commutes, multiple jobs, and the ability to utilize advanced technology in office communications. The ability to communicate from locations all over the world would not be possible without the improvement of technological advances, including uc deployment, provisioning tools, and cisco webex. Fortunately, these tools for meetings are much easier to use than it is to explain the technological jargon.
Steven Rogelberg of the University of North Carolina conducted a study that describes that 71% of senior managers said that their company’s meetings are unproductive and inefficient. With the acknowledgment of a growth in the amount of remote employees in combination with the inefficiency, a simple phone call to conference into a meeting is just not going to cut it. The inclusion of all necessary staff in a productive conversation will require more technology to bring ease to the discussions. The inclusion of video chat, messenger applications, and wallboard software are examples of unified communication deployment, which is a method through which managers can improve their meetings.
Software that can be utilized to simplify meetings, especially when the staff is physically spread out, include webex calendar integration or cisco jabber. The calendars help with the organization of the actual meetings to ensure that all of your staff members are on the same page. Cisco jabber facilitates easy communication through the use of messenger, video chat, and voice messaging. These are two of the most important aspects of the meeting: the communication prior to the meeting, with the location and time, and the communication during the meeting, with the shared information.
With webex calendar integration and cisco jabber, you can sync your google calendar, facilitate trainings, anything your heart desires really. You simply have to let the technology speak for itself. Honestly, there are an average of 11 million meetings held in the U.S. workplaces each day, with each employee attending 62 meetings every month. You can’t afford to lose precious time to miscommunication when there is so much information to be shared and discussed.
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