Your teams can create a short web video in just a few hours, with VidTeams' help.Tell a story about how you work, your values, what drives your pride, performance. Videos can be how-to's, mini-documentaries, stories, a client testimonial, or a view to the future. Document what's important in your organization. How are you serving customers? How are you making the world better?
It seemed to us that in a competitive real estate market it might be useful to create a short video to show some of the features of a particular property. In order to use video that way you need to define your audience. Are they going to be interested in the view of the mountains? The industrial kitchen appliances? Still, on a very surface level, if you get more prospects to look at a place (without having to drive there and actually look at it) you're bound to gain something - maybe an extra $100 per month in rent?
Kevin Watanabe's boss had a problem. Which meant Kevin had a problem.
Every year, every employee of the company had to go through a refresher training course in ethics. It was critical that everyone be on the same page in their highly-regulated industry. As Director of Human Resources this was one of Kevin's least-enjoyable responsibilities.
Despite Kevin's best efforts to come up with training that was easy for everyone to complete, it always took a couple of months to get to that magic 100% completion number.
The first question we ask is whether you are more interested in a fun teambuilding experience, or creating a video that solves a business problem. When you want a specific video as the primary priority it's important to consider the location for the VidTeams activity, and issues like what sort of video is going to "fit" with the organization's culture.
An old aphorism states we need to crawl before we walk, and we need to walk before we run. Useful though this may be, most of what's useful work these days compares more to auto assembly or repair. Where do you begin to learn?
A video project involves a lot of elements and stages: