The global Covid-19 pandemic has caused the largest shift in virtual remote working and collaboration that many of us have seen to date. In my view, Office 356 has helped businesses around the world to meet this moment. They have done this primarily with MS Teams, a tool that has become the center of our day to day work, especially when we are collaborating with your colleagues virtually.
Besides the obvious use of this tool for communication, I am seeing the use of MS Teams by project managers having its influence on the following areas:
- Project planning approach
- Team collaboration
- Risk and issue management
- Document management
In my on-demand webinar, Tips, Tricks, and Clicks on Effective Project Management Using MS Teams, I’d like to dig deeper into how project managers are using MS Teams to effectively to deliver projects and build virtual connectivity.
I plan to cover everything from standard project management activities including planning, action tracking, risk management, and document management to making the most out of this tool for effective communication among teams. We will also discuss best practices for setting up and using MS Teams to manage a project, implement kanban boards, and to ensure prioritization of the highest value work and greatest impact.