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Microsoft’s suite of services can be found throughout many organisations across the globe. With the launch and creation of Office 365, Microsoft has integrated its most used applications such as Outlook, Word, and many more bundled into one large service. Globally, 120 million businesses make use of Office 365, a cloud-based, subscription model giving users the ability to be truly dynamic and collaborative.
However, Microsoft’s product offering can be a minefield to some employees, in particular to educating users on the differences and benefits that Office 365 brings from the traditional office package (pre-cloud).
In this workshop you will gain an understanding about how each of these tools are used and their product benefits.
What you will learn at this workshop:
- How to create and use MS Teams as an effective collaboration tool for practical work
- Importance of sharing and co-authoring files and how to embed a collaborative digital culture, moving away from email as a source of truth
- How to successfully drive productivity through MS Teams and what KPIs can be measured
- Collaborating with external suppliers
09:30 Registration and breakfast. On arrival, ask reception for the CITF event and they will direct you to us
10:00 Welcome and introduction
10:10 Warm up activity - Uncommon commonalities
10:30 Facilitated discussion: The art of the possible - what can Microsoft Teams do for you?
11:00 Presentation: Louise McGrath, Project Manager, Tata Steel Europe. Microsoft Teams for Agile & International Teams: It’s about behaviours
11:45 Coffee and Cake break
12:05 Interactive activity: Problem solving – breaking the adoption challenge!
13:35 Speed networking
14:20 Interactive activity: Managing teams –
building a collaborative culture while keeping security in mind
14:45 Coffee and cake break
15:00 Ask the expert: Charles Fenoughty, Digital Director, Sequel Group
15:35 Interactive activity: Our tangible takeaways
15:50 Summary and reflection
16:00 End of workshop