During five weeks of playing the game “Knowledge Gainers: Fundamentals”, you and your team will set to work on how your team collaborates on files. Each week, a new mission opens up with different assignments, such as learning where (and where not) to save documents and how to collaborate on, share, and easily find documents.
Together with your team, you take part in a competition with other teams within your organisation. This means you are all striving for a spot at the top of the rankings! You carry out the individual assignments when it suits you best. The team assignments are added directly to your team’s meeting agenda. In other words: learning and development in daily practice!
Using Office 365 applications such as OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams and Delve, you will obtain insight into existing and potential bottlenecks when creating, editing and sharing documents. Naturally you do this without sending e-mails, using version management or deploying other ineffective, frustrating and time-consuming methods.
You become acquainted with the platform, and you measure how effective your team’s current (digital) meetings are and identify where there is room for improvement.
Discover together which Office 365 applications you use in which phase of collectively working on documents, what your frustrations are in doing so, and how others experience this.
Learn how to use shortcuts when sharing documents in Teams, stop sharing attachments in e-mails, thank colleagues who do this well, and receive feedback on things you are already doing well or things which could be done better.
Welcome your team’s fictitious new team member and think about your welcome document. How do you quickly onboard this new employee in your team’s methods?
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Cecilia van Delft & Ineke van de Geest, Changemanagers | Digital Workplace
Wout Bucker, Innovation Hunter