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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Change Management

Viking Laws for #Office365 Projects & User Adoption

Honored to have delivered the keynote and a modern #SharePoint session at #SPSOslo this weekend. Met some really amazing people and of course, saw my #Microsoft #Office365 Family again. The keynote was about Digital Literacy and Citizen Developers and as... Continue Reading →

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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 →

#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 156: Help when you need it in Microsoft Office

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Over the last couple of months I've seen major improvements when it comes to supplying in place training and support. For example in Teams you'll see Help, FAQ and Videos in the T-Bot. No idea when it was added,... 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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