Jump right into the topic – frame the problem They know our names from the program (and Ben’s YouTube videos) and don’t need to be hit over the head with our backgrounds Will have speaker slide at the end
Times have changed, end users now have choice and are not forced to follow IT Feel like they are better than IT “no more storage? I saw a good deal for hard drives at Costco”
@Christian I added the quote, you can remove it. It’s basically John saying this to say that IT used to just say no to things, but now they can’t.
Youy can't keep up by yourself MS releasing a lot more,and more quickly,to help you compete
“How CAN you keep up”
Moving from “Collaboration” to “Digital Workplace” Beyond the buzzwords, what does that mean?
This fits into the MeasureCollabSuccess space, which I'd like to plug the once— and which is a good follow up to talking about rate of change
What are your goals? What are you trying to achieve? How are you monitoring and measuring that change? How closely are you watching adoption and engagement? How engaged are your end users?
And what is your collaboration culture?
Share story of cheese company in California, and over-eager admin who wanted to roll out every single feature
Ask the question – How important is culture to successful collaboration?
Different teams work in different ways
Include icons for
Not sure about this, Teams creates a Group and so does SharePoint. What do we want to do here?I would show examples of the different ways for them to work to do the same thing (same end result = get job done) maybe?
--Yes, my idea here is to talk about the overlap, how they work together. Not either/or, but figuring out the right mix for your team culture
Your collaboration efforts will fail if you do not align your technology with your culture, period. Pilot, rinse, repeat. Talk to your end users regularly Internal user groups One-on-one sessions Friday brown bags, lunch-and-learns Locate your evangelists and support them Make your technology decisions transparent
Where Form Meets Function: Understanding Collaboration's Cultural Fit
Where Form Meets Function:
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