When it comes to getting your office to convert and commit to Teams, having proper training in place is half the battle. Once workers begin to feel comfortable, it will be easier to work Teams into everyone’s day to day.
A great aspect of Teams to emphasize to your colleagues is that Office 365 allows you to update documents that have already been shared. So, whether that is an important training document or otherwise, it can be updated as personnel and strategy evolve. This is not only useful for future reference in respect to Teams, but in general terms of collaboration.
Another way to make sure on-boarding transitions into the smooth daily use of Teams is to keep the dialogue going. Use Yammer for open and consistent communication with your team. If anyone has a question, they can simply post it to Yammer for all to see and answer. A forum such as this will be very useful as you all try to understand what works best for you.
Plus, don’t forget to notify your team about Delve. Delve allows coworkers to log on and learn more about each other through Microsoft Office 365 user profiles they’ve created for themselves. Users can also share documents with each other through Delve or create boards to work together on.