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Case Study: National Instruments’ Modern Workplace Journey

Speaker:

Kerry Lambert

Abstract:

Do you want to increase adoption of Office 365? Are you thinking about starting a Modern Workplace initiative? Learn some best practices and lessons learned from National Instruments’ Modern Workplace journey. Topics will include: Securing leadership buy-in and executive sponsorship, Realizing the value of strategic partnerships with Corporate Communications and HR, Gathering support and functional alignment with a roadshow, Forming a cross-functional working group, Defining your goals, objectives and workstreams, Creating an Office 365 Adoption Center for governance and guidance, Focusing on business outcomes and identifying quick wins, Driving adoption with training and “adoption days”, Creating a champions program, And more!

Bio:

Kerry Lambert is a Collaboration Platform Engineer at National Instruments (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerry-lambert23, Kerry Lambert specializes in Office 365 administration and adoption — particularly in SharePoint Online and Microsoft Teams. She currently leads Austin, Texas-based National Instruments’ charge to modern. Kerry was recently featured as a panelist in Microsoft’s SharePoint podcast, The Intrazone. Hosted by SharePoint Senior Product Managers Mark Kashman and Chris McNulty, fellow panelists included MVPs Susan Hanley and Dave Feldman. https://intrazone.libsyn.com/live-from-the-sharepoint-conference-2019

Recorded At:

Austin Office 365 and SharePoint User Group

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