Microsoft Teams is changing workplace collaboration by bringing together chat, meetings, apps, bots, personal storage, and calls into one interface. With so many features available, it’s possible to take on too much, too quickly. Having a Microsoft Teams implementation strategy is crucial to avoiding common pitfalls, and to ensure successful adoption and end-user engagement.
Whether your organization is new to Teams, or you’re looking for greater end-user adoption and engagement, our guide will walk you through best practices, considerations, and suggestions that can enrich your Microsoft Teams deployment and ensure end-user adoption (people using the tool) and engagement (people thriving in using the tool – the ultimate goal).
We take you through 10 best practices, considerations, and suggestions that can enrich your Microsoft Teams deployment and ensure both end-user adoption and engagement.
Studies have routinely found a link between collaboration and performance. In fact, a joint study from the Institute for Corporate Productivity and Rob Cross, Edward A. Madden professor of global business at Babson College, found that companies that promoted collaborative working were five times as likely to be high-performing.
Microsoft Teams provides a platform to seamlessly collaborate. With the ability to integrate several Microsoft and external platforms, chat, call, share, and much more, Teams allows you to optimize your workplace collaboration.
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