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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Soft Skills

Importance of Executive support in #Office365 #Tech Projects

Thank you #Microsoft for supplying the ABC's, resources and tools to not only support us, but help us make our voices stronger in our daily Change Management / Adoption projects. When engaging with a new company, one of the first... Continue Reading →

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Fast Track your #Office365 Roll Out

I've sat in many meetings with companies planning their approach to roll out #Office365 and even just #SharePoint. I'm always surprised that most of them mention going into a Requirements phase first, where they will be asking Business what they need... Continue Reading →

Why do you think there’s too many choices in #Office365?

I've never quite understood the complaints about "Too many choices in #Office365", and the "When to use what" situation. Of course I'm guilty of not taking the time to get to know something before I start complaining about being confused,... Continue Reading →

Want #Office365 Consumption? Do these 5 things

Consumption of Cloud Technologies / #Microsoft #Office365 is something everyone 'craves'. I suppose that's the physical measurement of adoption. There's been many theories and good examples on how to achieve adoption, but sadly many companies fail. I suspect it's because... Continue Reading →

The true ROI on Empowering your Citizen Developers in #Microsoft365

After delivering my session at Modern Workplace Conference Paris (#MWCP18), I am inspired to share some more information to help you realize the value you have in empowering your users. As humans we tend to only look at the BIG... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365: Why I wrote 365 Blogs in a year, TWICE!

#Microsoft365 #Office365 I actually can't believe it's that time again. I've made it... phew. Again I would love to share with you why I do these crazy things, and what I've learnt from it. The short answer is, why the hell not... Continue Reading →

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