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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Digital Literacy

Manage your conference and training information with Microsoft OneNote

We've seen so many blogs on running online conferences, but what about the hundreds of thousands of people attending conferences? How are you dealing with the information overload, when "taking a sip from the fire hydrant" so to speak? In... Continue Reading →

Succeed with Microsoft 365: Adoption & Change Management Best Practices

As promised, a wrap-up blog with loads of resources after my session at #MSIgniteTheTour Copenhagen on the 27th of Feb, Dubai on the 10th of February, Johannesburg on the 30th and Milan on the 27th of January. Thank you so... Continue Reading →

Co-Innovation with Office 365 #ESPC19

Innovation cannot take place in a vacuum, just as our workforce should be diverse, so should our skill sets. The rise of the citizen development era also brings forth the need to understand how workloads integrate and complement each other.... Continue Reading →

Microsoft | Office 365 Supports Digital Literacy Skills

Did you know that #Microsoft #Office365 could supply all the apps and services your employees need to develop the critical 8 #DigitalLiteracy Skills? Why not roll out a Digital Literacy Campaign first, instead of just throwing new tech at them?... Continue Reading →

Microsoft 365: Is there a difference between consumption and adoption?

Understanding the difference between #Microsoft #Office365 #Consumption and #Adoption, might help you redefine your success criteria and measure it different. Now that is if you agree with me that they are two different things. Let's see if I can change... Continue Reading →

Office 365 Adoption: People buy experience, not products

To get different results, we need to do things different. Man alive! I've repeated that quote so many times I might as well tattoo it on my arm. Let's face it, we're not trying to 'sell' #Microsoft365 | #Office365 to... Continue Reading →

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