Make unproductive business meetings a thing of the past. Join us for practical tips on how to design your meetings to end with decisions and to discuss the strategic role of internal video with tips for implementing best practices.
Thursday, June 9, 2022
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT – Social Time with CMMA colleagues
12:00 PM – 1: 00 PM EDT – Webinar and Interactive Discussion
Join with media managers, subject matter experts, and CMMA leaders to discuss today’s media production challenges in an open-forum environment.
Moderated by Jim Fox
Jim is the Associate Director of the Webcasting Services Center of Excellence, part of the IT Collaboration Services Department at Merck & Co., Inc. Jim has been a member of CMMA since 2006 and has served in many roles on the Board of Directors. He is currently the CMMA President-elect.
Why Meetings End Without Decisions Presented by Lukas Liebich
Doesn’t it frustrate you, when a meeting that took one hour of your time ends with: “Good conversation. Let’s have a follow-up meeting next week.”
If yes, perhaps you sometimes wonder: “Why couldn’t we decide anything right away? Why do meetings create more meetings?”
You are not alone. In a LinkedIn research, Lukas conducted earlier this year 30 out of 63 people chose “No Decision at the End” as the one thing that frustrated them most in meetings.
In this session, you will get some practical tips on how to design your meetings to end them with decisions.
Lukas Liebich is an ex-Accenture management consultant and currently a Design Thinker in Merck’s eXperience Design Team. In his job, he plans and facilitates a broad range of business workshops.
Video’s Role in the Return to the (Hybrid) Office
Presented by Neal Stanton
Organizations have been working to strike a hybrid office approach that balances productivity with flexibility. Hiring has become more competitive and employee retention has become more challenging. These trends have raised the importance of video as a strategic tool for employee engagement. Join this session to discuss the strategic role of internal video and tips for implementing best practices.