Video for Knowledge Preservation
With the looming retirement of the baby boomer generation, a.k.a. the “Silver Tsunami”, corporations will need to be more proactive in their efforts to archive and transfer knowledge from senior executives to a younger workforce. The growing rate of video consumption in the workplace provides a cue regarding how the next wave of leaders wishes to receive this information. Video for instructional purposes, as well as entertainment, is an indication of a desire for more a sensory-rich learning experience.
In this video, Dan Rasmus, a technology strategist and author of Listening to the Future, discusses the potential for video to serve as an all important medium for knowledge transfer and organizational learning.