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How to Communicate the Office 365 Transition to Your Organization

Let’s go down memory lane… can you remember a time when you’ve driven on a major interstate and seen the construction signs that say, “EXPECT LONG DELAYS. CONSTRUCTION BEGINS…”? Hopefully, you paid attention as the message had been on display for at least 3 weeks leading up to that point. If you didn’t, you probably were kicking and screaming as you sat in traffic and came to the realization that you’re going to be very, very, very late for that scheduled appointment. After you had a chance to calm down, did you ever ask yourself whose fault this is?

The goal of this blog is to provide you with some useful tips so when your end users ask that question, they won’t be looking at you. If they are impacted by the transition to Office 365, they can just stare and blame themselves.

So here are a few important questions to consider when planning your end user communication strategy:

  1. How does your organization effectively communicate important internal information to its employees? Look to those within your organization who have rolled out similar programs, and learn what works best from them. 


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Published Wednesday, July 25, 2012 6:37 AM by David Marshall
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