I’m excited to be attending and speaking at the Digital Workplace Conference New Zealand in Auckland in early August. In addition to a conference talk or two, I have signed up to present both a pre-conference and post-conference workshop. I joked with a friend that I was a glutton for punishment, but actually I am really looking forward to an incredibly busy and interesting week.
The pre-conference workshop (Monday August 8) is Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365 – the one-day version of the workshop that goes with my new book:
The Re-Imagining Productive Work with Microsoft Office 365 workshop is all about exploring the possibilities of using Office 365 in business and work. To many people, Office 365 is just a new name for the Office productivity suite, but nothing could be further from the truth. The workshop is designed around eight core work activities that people do on a regular basis, and looks at the improvement opportunities available by using Office 365.
Audience: This workshop is intended for intranet managers, knowledge managers, Office 365 project managers, solution architects, collaboration strategists, IT decision makers, and others involved in using Office 365 inside their firm.
The post-conference workshop (Thursday August 11) is Driving Effective Use of Office 365:
The Driving Effective Use of Office 365 workshop provides a forum for learning and engagement about helping end users to incorporate appropriate Office 365 capabilities in their day-to-day work. During the one-day workshop, you will learn what effective use looks like, and what needs to be put in place in order to lead users to this outcome. Attendees have multiple opportunities to discuss and debate what they are hearing with other attendees, and to share experiences in driving effective use of Office 365. It is a very participative workshop!
Audience: This course is intended for intranet managers, knowledge managers, Office 365 project managers, solution architects, collaboration strategists, IT decision makers, and others involved in using Office 365 inside their firm.
Both are excellent workshops. You’ll learn a lot from me, and a lot from the other delegates. I strongly encourage you to come if you have anything to do with the effective use of Office 365 in your firm.
Go for it! Register for the Conference and my Workshops
Categories: Conference Notes, Michael's Happenings, Microsoft Office 365
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