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    PODCAST: #HRHappyHour 380 - Modern Approaches to Learning and Finding Knowledge

    HR Happy Hour 380 - Modern Approaches to Learning and Finding Knowledge
    Hosts: Steve BoeseTrish McFarlane

    Guest: Sam Crumley, VP of Employee Experience, Panopto

    Sponsored by Panopto, or businesses and universities, Panopto is everything YouTube isn’t.
    With enterprise-grade security, built-in recording and live streaming, and a unique search engine
    that finds any word spoken in any video, Panopto is how professionals share knowledge.

    Listen HERE

    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish welcomed Sam Crumley, of Panopto to talk about what it is like leading the people function at a company that actually provides tools to other organizations
    and HR and people functions. Sam also shared how HR leaders and organizations have to respond to the new
    ways employees are seeking knowledge and how they want to learn new skills. It is no surprise, video has
    emerged as the primary media of choice for the modern workplace, and Sam shared some of the benefits and added analytical value that modern technology Panopto can provide.

    Additionally Trish shared some of her observations from her role as Chairwoman of the recent HR Tech China
    in Shanghai.

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, on your favorite podcast app, or on the widget player below:

    This was a fun and interesting conversation, thanks to Sam for joining us.

    Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show wherever you get your podcasts

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