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Knowledge Is Power: Using Video to Close Skill Gaps

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Nearly one third of workers in the federal workforce will be eligible to retire by 2017, taking with them years of experience and valuable institutional knowledge. As government skills gaps loom on the horizon, video content management may be a way in which agencies can retain and pass on information to new workers, while simultaneously providing greater access and more robust training to all employees.

Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn:

  • How skills gaps and other workforce trends threaten future mission effectiveness
  • Examples of how agencies are already addressing anticipated skills gaps through knowledge management initiatives
  • Ways in which new technologies can improve the management, accessibility, and usefulness of video content and improve knowledge resources
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