Scale the best team management and collaboration practices
Train your employees to collaborate in the most effective ways using
voice-enabled VR simulations
In the office environment, combining the VR with voice recognition can establish a helpful practice of assessing the leadership and other interpersonal qualities of employees for better positioning them within a team. Once employees are fitted to proper offices, every individual or a dedicated team can get a specific field training targeted at strengthening their skills and competencies as well as exercising the possibilities of their further professional growth. For proven managers, such programs can create a practical course refining their inherent abilities and helping them learn to deal with all hypothetical situations by means of situational conversations. VR supplemented with voice recognition allows for speed testing built on existing case-studies and existing company’s business environment. Unlike steady VR, voice recognition functionality promotes a deeper level of interaction between a VR simulation and its user by re-adjusting the flow of questions and tasks depending on the answers of the testee.
Team management requirements vary with the niche. Although people used to mention ‘team management’ only for office staff, this notion is much broader and can hardly be limited by conventional implementations. Depending on the team, the needs of its management also differ.
In surgery, VR+voice recognition can completely recreate the real-life conditions and role of every person involved in surgery performance. As in sappers’ work, operations require the same level of cohesion and mutual understanding to ensure smooth performance and best result. Using Voiced VR all staff members, from nurses to surgeons and anesthetists can build expertise and practical experience for their future work. The short trial conducted by the University of Michigan Medical School in cooperation with Cybernet Systems has proved that 2-hour VR training improves surgeons’ time per procedure by 83% and the overall performance in terms of moves and measuring by 70%.
Drivers and pilots can exploit VR supplemented with voice recognition to train their reactions to extraordinary situations by voicing their instincts and learning to adapt them to the stressing conditions of reality. Pilots can test their collaboration skills in reality-based conditions by working in pairs, the same way they operate during real flights.
For workers in the justice system, supplemented virtual reality opens a depository of cases covering all legal aspects presented in the constitution and different civil laws and recreating the conditions of courtroom sessions. For young lawyers, it would be a valuable source of knowledge preparing them for real-life practice.
When it comes to police and detectives, voice recognition comes in especially handy when training for interrogation skills and intuition. Besides, VR enriched with voice recognition tools covers both visual and auditory aspects of presented use-cases and helps to exercise necessary verbal skills and quick situational analysis. As reported by Arizona State University & Anacapa Sciences, Inc., the trainees in their soldier study showed 17% better results from Game-Based simulation programs in comparison to the traditional training methods.