The challenge with Office 365 is to ensure that the rollout leads to meaningful adoption and sustained use, with clear business benefits. Too often, a technology-driven rollout of Office 365 fails, not engaging with staff needs or hitting strategic priorities.
To get success, organisations should take a business-first approach to Office 365, working out the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ before getting stuck into the what. This brings the the whole organisation on the journey from the C-Suite down to frontline staff.
In this full-day session you will explore Step Two’s new methodology for taking a business-first approach to Office 365. This will be lead by James Robertson, one of the global thought-leaders on intranets and digital workplaces.
You will have a great opportunity to network with your peers, who are tackling the same challenges. Interactive activities will also be run throughout the day that will allow you to explore your current situation, and how best you can make progress when you return to the office.
What you will learn
Overall approach to the successful rollout of Office 365
Key activities to conduct, from understanding the business context through to establishing governance
Rolling out Office 365 in business or technology ‘waves’
Examples and screenshots from other organisations
Hands-on activities that will provide you with a takeaway worksheet to kick-start your internal planning
Note: this is not a session for techies, and we won’t get caught up in the many small details of how Office 365 works. Instead, this will be a business-lead discussion that will help all parties to plan, and to work better together as Office 365 makes its mark.
About your workshop leader
James Robertson is the Founder and Managing Director of Step Two and one of the global experts on intranets and digital workplaces. James has keynoted conferences around the globe, and is the author of “Essential intranets: inspiring sites that deliver value”, and “Designing intranets: creating sites that work”. James is travelling to London from Sydney to lead this workshop.