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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Digital Literacy

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 →

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From Talent to Skill with #Microsoft365

I meet many people who go through life thinking they don't have any talents. This couldn't be further from the truth. Our environments don't always support the development of those talents, but that doesn't mean we don't have them. I... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 354: To learn new things, we first have to un-learn the old bad habits.

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Of course I'm referring to #Technology, #UserAdoption and #Training. And when I say 'bad' habits, I don't mean what we did before was wrong, it was right at that time, but times has changed and so has technology. Which... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 346: Please help your users to find their stuff in #Microsoft365

The evolution of finding stuff is one of my favorite topics, and also the main concern when it comes to #UserAdoption for #Office365. Everything around us has evolved, except us. Please help your users by giving them the skills to... 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 →

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