Ask Dr. Ann: How Can We Transition Back Into the Office?

January 23, 2023

With all the changes taking place as a result of the pandemic, what do you recommend organizations consider to successfully transition back to the office? Transitioning back to the office requires more than logistics and out-of-the-box video solutions. It requires quantifying employee and client needs and exploring communications options for sharing information and collaborating at […]

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Adaptability in Business: Lessons From Sports

August 8, 2022

The ability to adapt may prove to be the most valuable superpower businesses can possess in today’s world.  Business as usual has been disrupted repeatedly by natural disasters, climate change, geopolitical conflict, war, a pandemic, supply change issues, and the great resignation … and that’s just in the last 24 months. If you think those […]

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Removing the Uncertainty

August 19, 2021

Many of us have wondered what business will be like in the “new normal.” During that time, so many of us assumed the new normal also meant post-coronavirus. As we continue to experience surges in the delta variant and wonder about future variants, I am beginning to wonder if living with COVID-19 is actually the […]

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Has Live Mixing Changed in the Midst of the New Normal?

June 29, 2021

As the world returns to some version of “normal,” change has been significant for churches — particularly with streaming. Even with millions recently returning to worship services, the streaming gains achieved in the last few months shouldn’t be discarded. According to Tim Dougherty, senior solutions engineer for Wowza Media Systems, streaming went from a “nice-to-have” […]

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Design Thinking — The New Normal for AV

June 3, 2020

Business-As-Usual is all but done; Design Thinking is here to replace it during the “new normal” of a post-COVID world. As of this article’s writing for rAVe, one of the most recent common phrases in the English-speaking lexicon has to be ‘new normal” during the COVID-19 pandemic. The term is a hopeful euphemism to cope with […]

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