Microsoft 365 is the best-in-class enterprise communication and collaboration solution, allowing your organization to become highly productive within and outside of the organization. In brief, Microsoft 365 is compromised of various products and workloads, from utilizing Exchange for email and Microsoft Teams for instant messaging and telephony to SharePoint Online for developing your intranet and Yammer for inter-organizational social interaction. So, now that your organization utilizes Microsoft 365, the best-in-class enterprise communication and collaboration solution, what is your next step? […]

My last post explored How to Build A Teams apps using SharePoint Framework. To continue exploring Teams app development, I will build an app using Power Platform to compare in this post. Many walk-throughs exist; I used this one. My steps appear below, along with my thoughts, to compare the two approaches. First steps: Install Power Apps in your Teams instance. Open MS Teams (either the desktop or the web version) and then click the ellipsis at the bottom of […]

Building data and formatting features into MS Office applications using Office Add-Ins can be a crucial productivity boost to an organization. Now Microsoft has given us the ability to build Add-Ins faster and easier using the SharePoint Framework (SPFx). What are Office Add-ins? You will find them in the ribbon of Office apps. Below is the Add-ins pane found in the ribbon in Word. The default installation of Word includes the Wikipedia Add-in, a great example of an add-in, that […]

In this blog post, I’d like to share: What I have learned about OCM and its importance The ADKAR® Model for successful OCM How UX and OCM are closely related and connected A case study of implementing UX and OCM together I enjoy being a User Experience (UX) Researcher. I like working with diverse user groups, learning about their needs, understanding their frustrations and challenges, coming up with solutions to address their pain points, and usually making corresponding design recommendations […]