Electronic meeting systems – what they are and how they could benefit Australian government organisations
Meetings are very important in any organisation and the Australian public service is no exception. Unfortunately, meetings are costly and time consuming, and often are ineffective and inefficient. Participants are regularly left with feelings of dissatisfaction after the meeting. Electronic meeting systems (EMS) were first developed in the United States in the 1980s to make meetings more effective and efficient. They are now more user-friendly, internet-connected and support multimedia. ...[Show more]
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