Create Your End User Adoption Strategy

Create Your End User Adoption Strategy

Last week I presented at SharePoint Fest Chicago on behalf of RecordPoint. Here are the slides from my session. I hope they are helpful!

End User Adoption Strategy in Office 365

We all know that end user adoption is an important area of focus in your Office 365 project.

In this presentation, we will take a closer look at the end user adoption strategy in an Office 365 project, and the associated roles, responsibilities, and tasks for the project plan. We will also review case studies to demonstrate how these differ based on the size of the project and the specific needs of the organization.

You’ll walk away from this session with a tactical formula you can follow to create your end user adoption strategy and templates to support the process.


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