Brisbane session: Get business success from Office 365 (June 2019)

The ​challenge with Office 365 ​is ​to ​ensure ​that ​the ​rollout ​leads ​to ​meaningful ​adoption ​and ​​sustained use, with clear business benefits.

Too ​often, ​a technology-driven ​rollout of​ ​Office ​365 fails, not engaging with staff needs or hitting strategic priorities.

To get success, ​organisations ​should ​take ​a ​business-first ​approach ​to ​Office ​365, ​working ​out ​the ​‘why’ ​and ​the ​‘how’ ​before ​getting ​stuck ​into ​the ​what. ​This ​brings ​the ​the ​whole ​organisation ​on ​the ​journey ​from ​the ​C-Suite ​down ​to ​frontline staff.

We are running a  2-hour ​session ​in Brisbane, where you ​will ​explore ​Step ​Two’s ​new ​methodology ​for ​taking ​a ​business-first ​approach ​to ​Office ​365. You will also be provided with an opportunity to network with your peers over a light lunch and coffee.

Key details

When: Thursday, 13 June 2019 10:30-1:30 (registrations open at 10am)

Where: 123 Eagle St, Brisbane City, QLD 4000

How much: $143 inc GST (with a 20% discount for members of the Step Two Forum)

Full event details and register now!

Please note that this session is open to practitioners and managers only, we are unable to accomodate consultants or vendors at the event.

What will be covered

  • Overall ​approach ​to ​the ​successful ​rollout ​of ​Office ​365
  • Key ​activities ​to ​conduct, ​from ​understanding ​the ​business ​context ​through ​to ​establishing ​governance
  • Rolling ​out ​Office ​365 ​in ​business ​or ​technology ​‘waves’
  • Examples ​and ​screenshots ​from ​other ​organisations
  • Hands-on ​activities ​that ​will ​provide ​you ​with ​a ​takeaway ​worksheet ​to ​kick-start ​your ​internal ​planning

Not in Brisbane?

We’ll be bringing this session to other cities as the year progresses. To ensure that we come to your city first, fill out this expression of interest:

Published May 13, 2019

James Robertson
James Robertson is the Managing Director of Step Two, the global thought leaders on intranets, headquartered in Sydney, Australia. James is the author of the best-selling books Essential intranets, Designing intranets and What every intranet team should know. He has keynoted conferences around the globe. (Follow him on Twitter)

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