Microsoft Teams adoption over the last 18 months has helped business meetings continue even in a remote working environment. And, while some Teams features like chat – referred to by some as the business equivalent to “WhatsApp” – have been eagerly adopted, it’s evident that not all of the core features for collaboration are being utilised to their full potential. Users must continue to learn to “work out loud” to truly realise the benefits that Microsoft Teams can offer. By making use of abilities to co-edit and co-create with colleagues around the globe, the premise is that the earlier you collaborate the better the results you achieve. Change adoption and management play a critical role in instructing this mentality among the workforce - whether operating remotely or hybrid - to retain inclusivity and reduce the overall resistance to change.
In this on-demand video, BitTitan speaks with Tom Arbuthnot to discuss how important it is for businesses to consider cultural change when adopting or integrating new technologies like Microsoft Teams. In particular, many large organisations that engage in high levels of M&A activity, tend to overlook how critical it is to effectively communicate the business reasons and benefits behind an integration or implementation of new technology.
Running time: 34 minutes