Did you know that companies with highly effective internal communication strategies are 3.5 times more likely to outperform their peers? And given the move to remote work, your communication strategy can boost its efficacy with Microsoft Teams, Yammer, and Outlook.
However, your end users may not understand when to use each of these communication tools because of the occasional feature overlap.
Consider this. Users could collaborate with a large group in a Microsoft Teams channel, a Yammer community, or by email. In the end, the best way to choose the appropriate tool is to understand a user’s reason for the collaboration. For instance:
Which Microsoft tool—Teams, Yammer, or Outlook—would be most effective for these situations?
• Big, company-wide meetings
• Individual conversations
• Small conferences
• Water cooler and interest-based discussions
Download “Virtual Collaboration: Which Tool When” to find answers and best practices around the above scenarios—and to see improved efficiency at your organization.