Now that you have deployed Microsoft Teams, governance is becoming an issue. How do you know if a new Microsoft Teams site is necessary as your company grows? Here's our three question litmus test...
Avoid rumors and dangerous assumptions from taking root in your workplace. Start implementing organization wide updates from leadership easily and efficiently. Lead from the front and let the rumors fall behind with Microsoft Teams.
Still managing projects using an Excel document? Learn how SharePoint task lists provide a better way to manage projects and empower your team.
Attention SharePoint Power Users, did you think Microsoft removed your ability to bulk edit? Read these step-by-step instructions to learn how to use the right views for bulk editing.
Learn about one of the most overlooked but helpful features of Microsoft Teams: Org-Wide Teams. Learn more about its functions, like Inclement Weather Notices, that may appeal to you and your organization.
Many companies will introduce intranets to their employees to encourage employee engagement and collaboration. One role that may be overlooked during the deployment of an intranet is a Content Manager. Content Managers should be an intentional and strategic part of your deployment plan for a new intranet.
Occasionally, when engaging with potential clients, I find that they have an excellent WIG, but no plan to get to there. At times, they really don't know what the end goal is or what makes it successful. No problem! My job is to help define the WIG and help clients define what a successful WIG looks like in their organization.
How much time do you spend organizing meetings? How much time do you spend searching for a date/time that suits everyone on the meeting invite? Do you spend more time deciding on a meeting date/time than you do the actual meeting? If you spend a large amount of time scheduling meetings, FindTime is worth your time to test. Learn more about the time-saving benefits this application has to offer...
When visiting clients to start a new project, it's interesting to find out that the stakeholders have been excluded from the planning or discovery sessions. If the stakeholder is not included, does that make it an IT project? Is there such thing as an IT project? What's the potential risk of NOT including stakeholders in planning and discovery? What are the advantages of including stakeholders in the beginning stages? Do you want to eliminate process gaps, increase adoption, reduce anxiety, confusion, and frustration during your next project? Keep reading...
When introducing SharePoint, start with something that will benefit all users, and that is easy to manage. Start with Document Management. Here are 6 steps to get started with SharePoint for document management.
Does your team struggle to store, find, share and update documents? You're not alone - Harvard Business Review reports that employees can spend as much as 20% of their time just trying to find the documents that they need to do their job. Let's look at how SharePoint Document Management can help you solve this problem.
Under-communication, lack of communication, miscommunication, NO COMMUNICATION whatever you want to call it, is a problem in the workforce.
Meaningful communication is much more than issuing a statement. It is a dialogue geared towards reaching common ground.
The days of searching through filing cabinets, looking through handbooks, printing memos, sending documents via email and departments resisting the need to share information with other departments are GONE. Employees need up-to-date information accessible on a laptop, mobile phone, or PC.
Although it has been around for many years now, there are still a lot of misconceptions about what Enterprise Social is all about. Leaders don't know if it is a valuable business tool, or something that might waste a lot of time. So today, let's take a closer look at Enterprise Social Networking.
Self-service is for pumping gas or getting your own soft-serve ice cream at the ice cream shop…. not for creating new Office 365 Groups.
This article explains how to disable the ability for “everyone” to create groups in all Office 365 services that use groups.
As a Call Center Manager turned consultant, I'm frustrated to see Customer Care teams using outdated processes and technology. New solutions that have become available in the last 4-8 years can truly revolutionize how we care for customers.
So here I offer up an open letter to many of the Customer Care Managers that I have met over the years in hopes that it may inspire a few to consider the new options available to them.
Enterprise social communities have enormous potential for sharing knowledge, discovering new innovations, and boosting productivity. But without proper governance, they can start strong and end in a confusing and overly-complex mess! In this article I explore some practical tips for social community governance.
When working with SharePoint, what is the difference between blogs, discussion boards and announcements - and when do I use each of these to improve communication and collaboration
The complementary paper includes over 12 years of research, recent survey results, and CRM turnaround success stories.
This 60-second assessment is designed to evaluate your organization's collaboration readiness.
Learn how you rank compared to organizations typically in years 1 to 5 of implementation - and which areas to focus on to improve.
This is a sandbox solution which can be activated per site collection to allow you to easily collect feedback from users into a custom Feedback list.
Whether you are upgrading to SharePoint Online, 2010, 2013 or the latest 2016, this checklist contains everything you need to know for a successful transition.