This week has been a good week for video conferencing mishaps. From this bewildered Texan lawyer who accidentally emerged on his video conference as a cat…
To this parish council meeting which descended into absolute chaos:
With the news today that KPMG UK Chairman, Bill Michael, will be stepping down amidst a row about insensitive comments made during an online meeting with 500 participants, it is worth thinking about how technology has created new streams for corporate, social and political accountability. Where meetings were previously the domain of a privileged few, the switch to remote meetings with the potential to include a greater number of people, subtly record proceedings and share with others, brings new paradigms for etiquette. It’s increasingly clear that what happens on zoom, doesn’t always stay on zoom….