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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Change Management

Yes, #MicrosoftTeams “Over-Adoption” does exist, and it’s scary

You might be worried about #UserAdoption, your users are not using the technologies available to them, but there's something that's MUCH scarier. And that's "Over-Adoption". And it's not a new thing, we've suffered from this for years without knowing it.... Continue Reading →

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#Office365 #Adoption Truths: Users can smell your fear

Among other things. They can also see through you when you're launching a campaign to move to the cloud, for the 'wrong reasons'. Let's take a look at reasons for moving to #Office365 and how I reckon you should approach... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 345: Change Management Tips for #Microsoft365 Citizen Developers (part 7)

#Microsoft365 #Office365 As part of a mini series for #CitizenDevelopers I'll be sharing tips and tricks around Business Analysis, Project and Change Management etc. This is the last blog in the series and I want to talk about #ChangeManagement. This... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 344: Communication and Training Tips for #Microsoft365 Citizen Developers (part 6)

#Microsoft365 #Office365 As part of a mini series for #CitizenDevelopers I'll be sharing tips and tricks around Business Analysis, Project and Change Management etc. Today we'll take a look at Communication and Training. These form a crucial part of Change... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 152: PC Literacy basics everyone should know

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #DigitalLiteracy Please stop lying to yourself by saying that your employees are PC Literate. More than 70% of them are not. Don’t expect them to adopt Microsoft Teams or OneDrive / SharePoint or even start using PowerApps and Flow... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 149: Be part of the solution, not the problem

#Microsoft365 #Office365 has forever changed the way we deal with technology. Gone are the days of installing a new version of something and then complaining about it for 3 years until you invest in the next version. It's time for... Continue Reading →

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