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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Microsoft 365

Why is it so difficult to get #Office365 fit & healthy?

Imagine I was a personal trainer and nutritionist. Bwahahahahaha!!!.... Ok, you can all stop laughing now, but just imagine... So, companies approach me to help them decide which equipment to use in the #Office365 gym and help their users get... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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 →

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 →

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