Start in the Right Place.
Everyone wants to increase Teams adoption, but how do you do it? Getting your users to adopt Teams can be such an uphill battle. Don’t worry, we’re here to help.
Start in the right place. Microsoft Teams can change the way your business works. Start in the right place by understanding how Teams connects to your organization’s goals. Ask yourself, “How can Teams help me accomplish a larger business objective?”
What are your business objectives?
Finding your “Why” behind Teams adoption is crucial. Below are some common business objectives we’ve seen:
- Eliminate duplicate applications
- Limit support costs
- Increase productivity
- Decrease security risk
- Maximize Microsoft investment
- Reduce travel costs
Remember to set specific goals – don’t just throw out a business objective. Set a time frame and a specific metric you’d like to hit.
For example, “I want to increase productivity by 12% by the end of 2020.” Define the metrics you’ll use to measure success. What does an increase in productivity look like in the data?
It’s time to act.
Now that you’ve got a unifying reason for change, it’s time to make it happen.
Rinse and Repeat
Evaluate your progress. Look at what the usage data is showing and listen to what your users are saying. Then apply what you’ve learned to your next initiative. Teams adoption isn’t a one-and-done task. Teams gives your organization the opportunity to continue improving. The “why” is the limit!
More than Teams Adoption
By connecting your Teams adoption to a larger initiative, you’ll make a meaningful impact on your organization. It’s more than just implementing a new software. It’s changing the way your organization works.
A 400% increase in Teams usage isn’t theoretical: it really is possible. To learn more, schedule a demo.