Overcoming the Top 5 Challenges to Training with Video
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Will this be recorded?”

It might just be the most commonly asked question at the start of virtually every training event. And the good news is that nowadays, you can almost always answer,

“Yes.” Great. But then what?

According to a Wainhouse Research study, 87 percent of employees1 agree that having access to recorded training classes, webinars, and other events makes it easier to revisit crucial information when it’s needed most.

Today, recording training sessions is quickly becoming standard practice. And the benefits are well known. Among the many positives, video helps learning and development (L&D) teams provide employees with a comprehensive resource to reference after the training ends, and also provides employees unable to attend with access to the information on-demand.

But good intentions too often fall short once the training session ends and the recording stops. For all its benefits, video also presents challenges when it comes to storing, sharing, and even playing recordings. Left unsolved, those shortcomings make video content burdensome for employees simply looking for quick information that helps them perform their jobs.

Fortunately, there is a solution. A video content management system (or video CMS) solves the most common problems of managing and sharing video.

In this paper, we’ll review the five biggest challenges organizations face when using video to support corporate learning. Then we’ll examine how a video content management system helps overcome those challenges to better enable video-based learning.


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