Last month, Forbes posted an article titled “Why Enterprise Software Will Be Forever Changed.” Within the article, software executives commented on the future of technology. One of these executives, Adam Mansfield, the Practice Leader at UpperEdge, highlights Microsoft:
There are always some tasks that you have hidden on a to-do list that you'll get to... eventually. It's likely that a database cleanup is one of those tasks. It may be an arduous task, but once complete, you and your team will operate more efficiently and effectively.
There’s change management, and then there’s change management in a crisis. Many of us wish we would have been prepared for COVID-19. We would have tested whether or not our VPNs worked from home. We would have finally purchased an ergonomic desk chair and set up our home offices, but we didn’t have the chance to prepare. This crisis forced us to change… no questions asked, and hardly any of us had time to think or plan, we had to act.
Microsoft Teams is a great tool for staying connected while working remotely. If you are new to Microsoft Teams, here are some of my favorite tips for using it like a pro!
Seth Godin wrote the following blog post earlier this month which prompted internal conversation surrounding change management and digital transformation within the nonprofit industry:
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