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White Paper - Motivating Millennials: How to Use Video to Help the Next Generation of Employees Succeed - Panopto Video Platform

  1. 1. www.panopto.com 855.PANOPTO TM motivating millennials How to Use Video to Help the Next Generation of Employees Succeed
  2. 2. 2 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Graduation of the Class of 2014 from universities around the globe marks the midpoint of the matriculation of Generation Y out of the world of academia and into the workforce. In their first 10 years inside the office, Millennials have raised a number of eyebrows for their unconventional learning styles and approaches to work.Yet as organizations prepare for the day when 3 of every 4 employees worldwide will count themselves a member of this generation, some are finding that a map to supporting, enabling, and encouraging these new employees already exists. Academia was first to recognize that Millennials grew up with video technology, and rely on it now for learning and communications much the way previous generations relied on email or the telephone. For years now, universities have been using video as a tool to allow students to learn at their own pace and share ideas on demand. Now it’s time for businesses to catch up. In this paper, you’ll learn how your organization can support video to help your next generation of employees succeed, including: • 4 Aspects of Corporate Culture Where Millennials Expect To Use Video • How Your Company Can Embrace Video To Meet The Expectations Of Today’s Grads • What Your New Hires Expect From Your Video Platform 3 in 5 young executives expect to rely more heavily on business-class video during the next five to ten years. Make sure your organization is ready. Bringing Everything intoView
  3. 3. 3 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Panopto creates software that enables businesses and academic institutions to record and view searchable video presentations in minutes from any device. Businesses can use Panopto to record and live stream: • Employee training and onboarding video • Review, recap, and summary communications • Product demonstrations • All-hands meetings • Sales and marketing presentations • Web conferences • Executive communications • Events for customers, press, and investors Panopto also enables individual employees to record and share videos in a secure, centralized video library.This facilitates: • Social and informal learning • Capturing the knowledge of retiring employees • Sharing knowledge across a global workforce Panopto’s video library includes unique search functionality that enables employees to search inside videos for any word mentioned or shown onscreen during a video. Panopto is currently in use at Fortune 500 companies around the world and is the fastest- growing lecture capture solution at leading universities. Privately-held, Panopto was founded in 2007 by technology entrepreneurs and software design veterans at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science. Panopto was recently recognized by Gartner as a “Leader” in its 2014 Enterprise Video Content Management Magic Quadrant. Learn more at http://panop.to/gartner-leader. Want to try Panopto for yourself? Visit www.panopto.com today for a free 30-day trial or to schedule a demonstration of our software. panopto on a page Click for a 3-Minute Introduction to Panopto
  4. 4. 4 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Worldwide, in 10 Years, 3 of every 4 of your employees will be a Millennial ......... 5 Millennials Grew Up With Video As A Communications Tool................................. 6 Video In Today’s Classrooms................................................................................... 7 Expectations Move From The Classroom Into Your Conference Room ................ 8 4 Aspects of Corporate Culture Where Millennials Expect To Use Video .............. 9 How You Can Embrace Video To Meet The Expectations Of Today’s Grads........ 11 What Your New Hires Expect From Your Video Platform......................................... 13 In 113 Words: Why Panopto is the Video Platform for the Next Generation......... 16 Key Takeaways......................................................................................................... 16 OVERVIEW motivating millennials
  5. 5. 5 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Worldwide,in 10 Years,3 of every 4 of your employees will be a Millennial Born between 1980 and 2000, the members of Generation Y — or more commonly,“Millennials” — came of age in an era characterized by an unprecedented expansion of technology into virtually every aspect of modern life and colored by the continued shift of social norms toward soft skills, self-esteem, and soaring expectations. Today Millennials make up the largest generation in history1 — and soon to be the single largest demographic in your workforce. In the US alone the generation numbers some 85 million strong (7 percent larger than the post-WWII Baby Boomers),2 and in 2014 already makes up 1 in every 3 employees. Worldwide, by 2025 Millennials will make up 75% of the global workforce.3 Now ten years on in their matriculation into the workplace, there’s scarcely a pundit left that hasn’t editorialized about the unique species that is the Millennial — that unapologetically ambitious persona, never out of arm’s reach of their iPhone, never embarrassed to share the full details of their lives via Facebook (or Instagram, or Snapchat...), and never quite willing to “wait their turn” in the search for significant, meaningful work. Putting intergenerational snark and pop-anthropology aside, however, the fact remains that every organization around the globe has this question to answer: How are you going to adapt to support the generation soon to make up 75% of your staff? The Era In Which Millennials Will Be Graduating College You Are Here. 2003 2026 In just 10 years,Millennials will make up 3 in 4 employees worldwide
  6. 6. 6 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Millennials Grew Up With Video As A Communications Tool — Just Like Email or The Telephone While the internet, cable television, and the mobile phone have all been credited with shaping the members of Generation Y, perhaps one of the most transformative technologies of the era often goes unmentioned — the rise of the home camcorder. With the release of the first truly personal camcorders by Sony and JVC in 1982, the introduction of digital video recorders in 1995, and consumer-ready HD camcorders in 2000, Millennials grew up in an age when video moved out of the realm of professional specialists and into a world where anyone could record and share anything. And that march of progress continues — today video technology is pervasive, a standard feature of every smartphone, tablet, laptop, and digital camera available. And the trend doesn’t stop at recording.A host of new websites, social networks, and mobile apps have emerged to support video as a communication device for sharing moments and expressing ideas.As of this writing, Facebook’s Instagram platform for video has 150 million users4 .Twitter’s Vine has 40 million5 .And let’s not forget the biggest player of them all in consumer video — Google’s YouTube and it’s 1 billion monthly unique visitors.6 While these video services are used by everyone, their demographics skew young. Forrester Research7 reports 70% of Millennials visit YouTube at least monthly, compared to 58% of Generation X and 49% of Baby Boomers. If anything, that shift is only widening — 83% of the burgeoning Generation Z now likewise visit YouTube monthly. They aren’t just there to watch, either. Every minute of every day more than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube.8 Every minute of every day, more than 8,000 videos are created and shared on Twitter’s Vine.9 And before you dismiss all that video recording, production, and sharing as trivial, you should know there’s one other place where video use among Millennials is soaring: In school. Regular YouTube users,by generation Source: Forrester Research Millennials Gen X Boomers 70% 58% 49%
  7. 7. 7 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Video In Today’s Classrooms In the past decade, video has transformed the way college students learn new material, interact with faculty, and demonstrate proficiency. On campuses around the world, lectures are recorded for students to use as an on-demand study resource. Outside the classroom, professors record instructional videos to help students prepare for in-class activities. And video assignments are an increasingly common medium for students in graduate and professional programs. That all adds up to a lot of video — the University of Essex in the UK, for example, now captures more than 80,000 hours (more than 9 years’ worth) of video annually.10 The benefits of video in the classroom have proven many. Among the almost innumerable positive outcomes, students themselves report11 using video to: • Review materials at their own pace, rewinding as necessary to tailor their learning experience to meet their own individual needs • Engage and participate more fully in class, relying on classroom recordings to supplement notes rather than attempting to capture every detail of a lecture • “Virtually attend” class sessions missed due to illness, travel, or other reasons • Find and view related materials from previous semesters or other courses, to improve their understanding of a subject • Share their own ideas or demonstrate competency with a subject, in a modern spin of the classic essay And while students make use of video throughout the semester, they really rely on it when it comes time to show what they know.Video viewership spikes in the weeks leading up to exams — at Creighton University, for example, students reviewed nearly 5,000 hours of video (200 days’ worth) in just the one week leading up to Spring finals in 2014.12 Video’s Impact on Performance Failure Rate in Bio 331, Source: Winston-Salem State, 2011 40% 5% Before Video After Video How Students Use Recorded Lectures Source: Newcastle Univ. 2013 Review Concepts Exam Review Missed Lecture 77% 75% 62% 58% Addt’l Notes 92% 86%98% How Students Value Lecture Video “% Useful or Very Useful” Virginia Western Winston- Salem St. Newcastle Univ.
  8. 8. 8 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Now 10 years on in the integration of video into the classroom, students are thriving in this more flexible and interactive learning environment. Studies have shown “blended learning” reduces failure rates, improves exam grades, and can even boost attendance.13 Your New College Recruits Expect The Same Tools They Had In The Classroom In Your Conference Room By the time they graduate, the average Millennial will have spent more than 20 years using video is a tool both for learning and for communications.As they prepare to enter the workforce, for many of today’s students, video has become just as integral to getting work done as email is for those of us in the corporate environment. That means for many new college grads, however, entering the workforce today requires a demanding adjustment — right down to very tools they’ve been taught to rely on for learning, sharing, and communicating. But won’t new grads just get used to the corporate way of doing things like they have in the past? For the best and brightest — not quite. A new study by Cisco14 looks into how the first wave of Millennials are adapting to the workplace, and the trend is clear — video will continue to play a prominent role in how this generation works. Just look at the data: • 3 in 5 young executives say they will rely more heavily on business-class video during the next five to 10 years • 87 percent believe video has a significant and positive impact on an organization, citing benefits ranging from enhancing the experience of telecommuters to saving money on travel costs and even attracting top talent • 94 percent value video as a way to break down language barriers in the increasingly global marketplace • 87 percent say they would choose to work for a video-enabled organization over a company that has not invested in video 3 in 5 young executives expect to increase video use in the next decade
  9. 9. 9 of 17 TM www.panopto.com 4 Aspects of Corporate Culture Where Millennials Expect To Use Video What’s driving this preference for video as a business tool? Well, along with Generation Y’s familiarity with the technology, it’s that video is uniquely suited to creating or supporting four important characteristics Millennials often seek in their working environments. #1.Technology-Enabled Productivity Phonebook-sized handbooks, day-long in-person training sessions, four-page instructional emails, and hour-long meetings presented with no prior information... finding information in many modern organizations is the modern equivalent of finding a needle in a haystack — a haystack that’s only open from 9-5. Millennials are used to the world of academia, where it’s a safe bet nearly all those information sources would be shared by video and available on-demand.A modern video platform can make any of these types of videos available and searchable, anytime, anywhere, and ready to play on any device. In a world where knowledge workers spend 8 hours a week just searching for the information they need to do their jobs,15 on-demand information is critical for working productively. #2.Continuous Learning Today’s college grads grew up online, with all the knowledge of the world readily available at their next search query.As they step out of the world of carefully sequenced curriculum, they’ve come to expect information right when it’s valuable, structured in simple, digestible chunks to ensure the message can be understood. A single, massive product guide or intensive weeklong training session are an anathema to this group — they don’t want everything all at once, just the specifics they need at exactly the moment they need them. That might be why “the face-to-face classroom is no longer the norm,” as writes Forrester Research.16 To better support today’s learners as Millennials enter the workforce, the firm recommends organizations instead adopt self-paced learning material accessed online, including discussion groups, wikis and resource centers, and of course, video from both the training team and internal subject matter experts.These kinds of resources let Millennials (and all your other employees, too) learn what they need, when they need it, while offering the opportunity to learn more on-demand.
  10. 10. 10 of 17 TM www.panopto.com #3.Silo-Free Collaboration Malcolm Gladwell has famously stated that millennials are more about ‘the network’ than ‘the hierarchy’.17 Forrester Research agrees, finding that Millennials prefer to learn from peers, contribute to employee networks, and find answers to their questions with a quick instant message to an expert colleague.18 That’s good news for businesses, because collaboration isn’t just a more enjoyable way to get more done — it actually works better, too. Studies show that 70% to 80% of on-the- job learning comes from informal knowledge sharing rather than formal training,19 and that employee productivity and problem solving capabilities are improved more by social learning than by innovation.20 Video is already becoming an essential collaboration tool in most organizations, as video conferencing and web conferencing technologies enhance our ability to trade ideas by allowing users to share screens and attend live events online.And more and more organizations are finding that internal video libraries can quickly become “corporate YouTubes,” filled with answers to questions from subject matter experts, advice from veteran employees, and other valuable institutional knowledge that would previously have gone unrecorded. #4.Fulfillment and Meaning There may be no trait more quintessential of the members of Generation Y than their quest for fulfillment at work, right from day one at their very first job. Studies indicate Millennials will choose corporate culture and meaningful work above everything else, even a bigger paycheck.21 “They want to know that the work they are doing is having an impact on their co-workers, on their manager and on the company at large,” Forbes Magazine concludes. “They won’t stay at a company long if they are doing busy work the whole time.” This quest for meaning is shared by many non-millennials, of course. High-level managers and leaders also desire greater fulfillment at work—for themselves, and for their employees. They want their voices to be heard on a regular basis and to contribute to the company in a meaningful way.The difference between the older and younger generations is that the younger generation doesn’t just desire this—they expect it.At home, social networks and other new communication technologies enable them to contribute ideas and seek out new information at any time. It should come as no surprise, then, that giving them the tools to accomplish the same at work increases their job satisfaction to a significant degree. Video, of course, is one of these tools.As both an active medium, giving workers the ability to share knowledge and ideas, and an interactive medium, allowing for collaborative learning, video enables more meaningful workplace participation. Employees can use video to meet remotely, create their own best practice and FAQ videos and more.
  11. 11. 11 of 17 TM www.panopto.com Best of all, the content they create can be placed in a secure, searchable video library or VCMS (video content management system), so that it is never lost or forgotten.This means that the videos employees create — no matter who they are on the corporate hierarchy — will be truly valuable contributions, ones that last for years to come. How You Can Embrace Video To Meet The Expectations Of Today’s Grads What’s at stake for companies that don’t embrace video for training, meetings and knowledge sharing? Higher attrition rates, lower productivity—and watching that sharp young grad who just might’ve been CEO one day sign on elsewhere. However, that dismal forecast doesn’t have to apply to your organization. Embracing video as a tool for communication and learning is as easy as adapting what works in the classroom — into your conference room. Not sure where to start? Here are three proven ways to bring academia’s most successful video concepts inside your company walls. Flip Your Meetings “Flipped classrooms” have revolutionized higher education.This twist on traditional teaching requires students to watch video lectures before class at their own pace, freeing class time for discussion and problem solving. Flipped meetings take this concept to the boardroom. Instead of convening a group to sit through an hour long presentation just to figure out what the meeting is about, the flipped meeting requires the organizer to share their presentation with attendees ahead of time.Attendees can watch a video presentation and review materials beforehand, and walk into the meeting knowing what questions should be raised.This small change, advocated by innovative organizations like Amazon22 and LinkedIn,23 ensures that limited meeting time is used for high-value discussion and decision making. Video adds value to flipped meetings. By recording their presentations with widely-available screen recording tools, meeting organizers can deliver pre-meeting information and context to attendees in a more engaging format. Organizers can also use video as a simple way to quickly record and share a post-meeting summary with action items and next steps. Find out more! Download our free guide to using video to flip your meetings.
  12. 12. 12 of 17 TM www.panopto.com On-Demand Corporate Training Just as universities record lectures for students to review on their own time, companies can use video to make training available to employees when and where they need it.This need not be a complicated endeavor — at most organizations, this can be as simple as using the webcams or camcorders your teams already have on hand to record existing presentations or in-class training already being delivered. For how easily it can be done, recording and sharing your training sessions can be surprisingly valuable to your bottom line. IBM uses video to scale their new employee orientation, job-specific training, annual compliance, and leadership training to employees worldwide.After deploying a video learning program for managers, the company found that participants learned 5x more material at 1/3 the cost of instructor-led training.24 Anytime, Anywhere Social Learning Students in today’s graduate and professional programs often record video assignments to demonstrate comprehension and share best practices with classmates. MBA candidates record business pitches, nursing students capture patient interactions, and law students record mock trials. As these students enter the workplace, they can continue capturing and sharing their knowledge through the use of social learning tools. Enterprise video platforms provide the foundation for social learning, with software and mobile apps that enable employees to record insights and ideas right from their smartphones and laptops, and instantly share them with co-workers in a secure video library. As more and more organizations emphasize social learning, the value of capturing and sharing an organization’s internal knowledge continues to show. As just one example, NYSE Euronext uses social learning videos to share the specialized knowledge of its product experts with personnel around the world, allowing the organization Click for a sample social learning video Click for a sample compliance training video
  13. 13. 13 of 17 TM www.panopto.com to deliver more and more detailed training on its complex financial software program without adding staff.25 In an industry where technical analysts command six-figure salaries and may take years to fully train, that’s no small ROI. What Your New Hires Expect From Your Video Platform With so many different organizational use cases for video, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the thought of supporting another half-dozen point solutions to enable employees to record, manage, search, and share video.The good news is, academia has already found a solution to this problem as well — the video platform. Modern video platforms (sometimes called video libraries, video content management systems, or simply a “corporate YouTube”) support video from end to end — recording, managing, searching, sharing, and viewing — enabling organizations to do more new things with video as well as get more value out of existing video. Having already worked with them in school, today’s college graduates entering the workforce will often be as familiar with a video platform as they are with an email inbox. Years ago such an internal video library would have been an enormous undertaking. Microsoft famously spent $6.2 million over 3 years to build its Academy portal for internal video,26 although today the company estimates the system has generated an incredible 569% ROI and helped save $13.9 million, largely due to reducing the cost of training. Today a video platform can be more efficiently sourced, with affordable options for both hosted and on-premises deployments. So what are the features you’ll want in a video platform that will support your organization? #1:Flexible Video Recording Options The single most essential aspect to video is also the most straightforward: you need to be able to record it, quickly, and ideally from anywhere. No matter the subject, video is only as effective as your recording technology allows it to be.Your video solution should be able to record with whatever camera your employees Microsoft’s estimated annual cost savings from using video for eLearning $13.9 million
  14. 14. 14 of 17 TM www.panopto.com use, or record their screen, or their mobile device, and do so whenever and wherever the employee chooses. Restricting employees to specific camcorders or dedicated studio rooms only creates hurdles to adoption, thereby limiting the value that a large organizational knowledge library can provide. An ideal video solution should allow any member of your team to capture an unlimited number of video sources, including one or many streams from any webcam, camcorder, or other camera; video from mobile devices or wearable technologies, screen capture video, and presentation.The more recording options your system enables, the more ways your employees will find to enhance their productivity with video. #2:Search That Indexes The Actual Content In Your Video For a generation that expects on-demand information, your videos are useless if your team can’t instantly find them. Historically this has been a challenge for video, as many video solutions offer only limited ability to search via manually added metadata like titles or tags.And the challenge continued even when an employee actually found a video — with many business recordings running 30-60 minutes or longer, the only means to find the 2 relevant minutes was to hunt-and-peck through the entire timeline. Modern video platforms offer a better option. Offering features like automatic speech recognition, optical character recognition, and slide content ingestion, many platforms can index a significant amount of the actual content spoken or shown in your videos.To help save your team time and make better use of your video library, look for a platform that indexes as much of your video content as possible and allows your team to search both across all the videos in your library as well as inside the actual contents of each video, with the option to fast-forward to the specific, relevant moment. Allow employees to record video with any device they have Click to see Inside Video Search in action
  15. 15. 15 of 17 TM www.panopto.com #3:Support For Video On Any Device Millennials are redefining the notion of work-life balance to connect to the office when and where they need — and regardless of what the clock says.These new employees need the ability to access relevant video wherever they may be any time of day, and on whatever device they’re using. As more organizations move to a Bring Your Own Device model, enabling all employees to use personal technology to be more productive at work, your video solution must be ready to accommodate the wide variety of devices the members of Generation Y so commonly have at hand.An effective video solution must allow employees to view video on any device they have, regardless of the original recording type. Ideally your solution should offer native apps that allow users to interact with your video library just as they would from a desktop browser, complete with search, sharing, recording, and upload support along with viewing capabilities. #4:A“Corporate YouTube” As webcams and smartphone cameras have become standard equipment, few of your new employees will have difficulty finding a means to record video. But what happens to that video once it’s recorded? Too often today for organizations without a video library, that recording is simply saved to a hard drive, a network file share, or a SharePoint site where it’s nearly impossible for others to discover. In those cases, even when the file is found, it can only be played back if the viewer happens to have a device that can play that specific file type. Of equal concern is security. Organizations that lack video content management options may find that employees already comfortable with consumer tools like YouTube or DropBox may be choosing to use these public spaces to share internal content in the name of efficiency. Ensuring your video and file systems are easy to find and easy to use with a mobile device can mitigate many unintentional security lapses. Modern video platforms address these issue head-on, making sharing easy by providing a single point for file storage.As Forrester Research notes,“While content management is a less- pressing issue for organizations producing very little video, this discipline will be critical as video content production starts to expand dramatically.”27 Record and view your video anywhere
  16. 16. 16 of 17 TM www.panopto.com In 113 Words: Why Panopto is the Video Platform for the Next Generation For Millennials, a job isn’t just a job — it’s a way to find and create meaning.To work with this mentality rather than around it, you need a tool that taps into cultural values this generation brings — with the technology they’ve spent 20 years using. Panopto is a complete video platform that provides a single, scalable solution to record, search, and share your organization’s video. Named a “Leader” in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management28 and commended by Forrester for “the best support for video search,”29 Panopto makes it easy for all of your employees to record anything and find everything. For more, visit www.panopto.com. Key takeaways “One of the defining characteristics of the millennial generation is their affinity with the digital world,” finds a PwC survey of 4,364 graduates across 75 countries.30 In fact, 41% of their respondents said that they prefer to communicate electronically. According to these experts and others, the reliance on video by millennials says something about what this generation needs — even what they expect — at work. With an effective video platform, millennials enjoy better workplace collaboration, enhanced productivity, and better access to information.The ability to create and share video also helps fulfill their need for purpose, recognition, and fun. All that’s left is for companies is to decide whether or not they are going to respond to these needs and make the cultural and technological shifts that they require, thereby reaping the many rewards that the youngest generation of working adults has to offer.
  17. 17. 17 of 17 TM www.panopto.com citations 1. Barrons,A lost generation? No way! 2. HuffingtonPost, The Numbers Behind Why Millennials Are ‘Generation Frustration’ 3. Forbes, Why You Can’t Ignore Millennials 4. MarketingProfs, Instagram Video vs.Vine: Which Is the Video Marketing Champ? 5. MarketingProfs, Instagram Video vs.Vine: Which Is the Video Marketing Champ? 6. YouTube, Press Statistics 7. MarketingPilgrim, Facebook is the Most Visited Social Network;Twitter and Google+ Tied for 3rd 8. YouTube, Press Statistics 9. Beta21, Here’s What Every Minute on the Internet Looks Like 10. Assoc. for Learning Technology, From 0 to 80,000 hours: Implementing lecture capture at scale 11. Panopto Research, Does Video In The Classroom Work? New Student Performance Data 12. Creighton University, Video System Stats 13. Panopto Research, Does Video In The Classroom Work? New Student Performance Data 14. Cisco, Video Usage & Young Executives: A Survey of Tomorrow’s Leaders 15. McKinsey and IDC 16. Forrester Research, Informal Learning Garners Acceptance As A Legitimate Learning Approach 17. Forbes, 10 Ways Millennials Are Creating The Future Of Work 18. Forrester Research, Informal Learning Garners Acceptance As A Legitimate Learning Approach 19. Education Development Center / Dobbs 20. Indiana University, Social Learning Strategies in Networked Groups 21. Forbes, 10 Ways Millennials Are Creating The Future Of Work 22. Moving People to Action, Amazon Staff Meetings:“No PowerPoint” 23. LinkedIn, A Simple Rule to Eliminate Useless Meetings 24. IBM, IBM’s Learning Transformation Story 25. NYSE Panopto Case Study, 6 Ways NYSE Euronext Uses Panopto to Improve its Business 26. Microsoft, ROI of Building a Company-wide,Video Podcasting Portal Using MS SharePoint 2010 27. Forrester Research, Leveraging Live Streaming And On-Demand Video In the Enterprise 28. Gartner Research, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management 29. Forrester Research, Pick The Right Webcasting Tool To Drive Customer Or Employee Engagement 30. PWC, Millennials at Work: Reshaping the Workplace

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