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Leveraging Office 365 as a Project Management Tool (Session 1 of 3)

Event Description:

Boost the effectiveness of your MS Teams during the management of your project!

Over the past couple of years, we have shifted to using virtual collaboration mechanisms and virtual meetings to bring us closer together and co-create the future whilst we remain physically distanced. This shift is no longer a trend but a way of working shift that is here to stay. In the series of sessions, you will learn effective ways to run smooth virtual projects leveraging all features MS Teams has to offer.

In this three part course, we will cover topics from the basics of MS teams to setting up a team, how to manage teams effectively and up-and-coming new features.

Learning Objectives:

Part 1 – Microsoft Teams Overview, during this section we will cover:

o What is Microsoft Teams

o Teams within Office 365

o Open and Login to Teams

o Key Navigation and Terminology

o Teams Profile and Initial Settings

Part 2 – Let’s start Chatting, Microsoft Teams Chat, during this section we will cover:

o Introduction to Chat in Microsoft Teams

o Creating a Chat with a Group or Individual

o Adding Users to a Chat

o Key Chat Commands and Tools

o Collaborating on Files within Teams Chat

o Quick Commands for Cha

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
UPDATE: CODE mpug092122b for PMI eligibility. This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Business category of the Talent Triangle.

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Written by Dharmesh Patel

Dharmesh Patel is a seasoned Technical Project Manager with over 15 years’ experience using and implementing Microsoft technologies.  Dharmesh has worked for various large multinational organisations, sectors including Finance, E-Commerce, and Technology as well as continued engagement with Microsoft.  Contact Dharmesh at info@dharmeshpatel.co.uk

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