In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.

The State of Webinars: Length, Engagement, and Feature Trends [Infographic]
Some interesting research and statistics on webinars that might help in planning for your own. Thanks, Ayaz Nanji.

5 Ways to Keep Producing Video Content for Your Company (Without Leaving Your Home)
Even if you’re not able to leave your home much at the moment, there are still plenty of ways you can keep creating your vide content. Thanks for the tips, Dan Meyers.

On Micromanaging And Collaborative Reviews
A look at the dangers of micromanaging and what to do instead. Thanks for your thoughts, David Brock.

Win at B2B Content by Finding Your Brand Voice: Ahava Leibtag on Marketing Smarts [Podcast]
Great podcast on honing your brand voice so you don’t just sound like everyone else. Thanks, Kerry O’Shea Gorgone.

B2B Marketing: Suit Up For The Team Sport
Great analogy about B2B marketing being a team sport and how to score the most points. Great read via Forrester.

Building Corporate Resilience
A look at the importance of resilience, especially in this day and age. Thanks, David Loree.

Managing “Why, What, How?” During Rapid Change
It can be hard to answer some of these simple questions during rapid change like we’re experiencing now. Thanks for your insight, Luke Higgins.

The Future of Marketing Organizations Post-Pandemic: Top 5 Predictions
Some predictions for what we can expect in a post-pandemic marketing world. Great read, Paige O’Neill.

5 Content Lessons From John Krasinski’s Some Good News
Some important lessons learned from John Krasinski to help with your own content. Thanks for your thoughts, Scott Aughtmon.

How to Create and Support a Learning Culture in Your Organization
A look at the gap between company leaders and those in the front-line when it comes to supporting a learning culture. Great advice, Dave Mattson.