Did you ever hear about the "Office Groups"? They are the technical base of teamwork within Microsoft 365. What is your first association when you hear the word "team" or "group"? I'm thinking of the people I work with in a team or a group. My second idea is concerning the roles and responsibilities and… Continue reading Advanced Teamwork with Microsoft 365 in 5 Steps – Step 1: Become familiar with the concept of Office Groups!
Did you read my previous article about the basic questions you should ask when you plan to launch a collaboration platform? Now, we should take a closer look at the services offered by Microsoft in Office 365. We will check the offered services from a technical point of view and then we will change our… Continue reading Improve your teamwork with a collaboration platform – my checklist for a tool/service selection
If you want to build your custom collaboration environment, you will need to take many different aspects into consideration. I want to share with you some best practices of projects I have been working on in 2019. What is the purpose of your collaboration platform? Are you using a collaboration platform or an intranet? And… Continue reading Improve your teamwork with a collaboration platform – start with some basic questions!
The SharePoint look book is a service provided by Microsoft to show the possibilities of designing a modern intranet based on SharePoint. You can browse through the offered examples at https://lookbook.microsoft.com/ which are used by Microsoft itself for conferences like Ignite or this week at the ESPC. The SharePoint look book can be your starting… Continue reading Use the SharePoint look book to build your learning platform with Learning Pathways
If you start working with Microsoft Teams and you create your first teams, you will think about if you need a private team where you can manage who gets access or if you want to create an open community where everybody can join the discussion. But what about the third option with "org-wide teams"? Create… Continue reading Org-wide teams and their purpose