Microsoft 365 Adoption

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Why does adoption matter?

The business landscape is changing. Employees seek purpose and satisfaction. Employers aim to harness worker ingenuity. And a diverse, multi-generational workforce can now work anytime, anywhere. Success depends on your ability to collaborate and drive productivity within teams spread across the globe. We created Microsoft 365 to meet these evolving business needs. It is a suite of powerful tools that optimize productivity in today’s corporate landscape.

We understand that adopting new technology involves change, and change can be daunting. Even for the most innovative, cutting-edge organizations. That’s why we created the Microsoft 365 Adoption Guide.

We’ve compiled an easy-to-follow how-to guide that walks you and your team, step-by-step, through the best way to roll out Microsoft 365 to your organization. The insights we share come from our most successful customers, who have maximized the power of their investment, adopting multiple, integrated technologies that now form Microsoft 365. Throughout this guide you will find links to additional tools and resources as well as the Adoption Planning Workbook where you can build your custom approach to adoption.

Remember, you are not in this alone. There are many organizations who are currently launching Microsoft 365 technologies and you can connect with them in the Driving Adoption Community.

The way we work is becoming more connected, let’s connect the way we work.

Source: Microsoft 365 Adoption Guide


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Microsoft 365 adoption hubs

Microsoft Teams adoption resources

Adoption learning paths (Microsoft Learn)

Latest news from the Driving Adoption blog

Noteworthy in Microsoft 365 adoption

Storytelling resources

Good stories do more than create a sense of connection. They build familiarity and trust, and allow the listener to enter the story where they are, making them more open to learning. Good stories can contain multiple meanings so they’re surprisingly economical in conveying complex ideas in graspable ways. And stories are more engaging than a dry recitation of data points or a discussion of abstract ideas.

Source: What Makes Storytelling So Effective For Learning? (Harvard Business Publishing)

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