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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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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 →

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 →

#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 →

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