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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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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 →

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#Office365 #Adoption Truths: Users can smell your fear

Among other things. They can also see through you when you're launching a campaign to move to the cloud, for the 'wrong reasons'. Let's take a look at reasons for moving to #Office365 and how I reckon you should approach... 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 →

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 →

#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 →

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