Catching up a little, below is not only the February content but a little spillover from January ... but we'll still say it's the Feb role call. It's actually been…
On January 25, 2022, Christian Buckley hosted the M365 community's monthly TweetJam, this time with a focus on Objectives, Key Results (OKR), and the Employee Experience (EXP). Unfortunately, I was…
Did you know you could build tables in OneNote? It's actually fairly straightforward. Now, Tables aren't particularly strong in OneNote, but this is a note-taking program, not a project management tool. #OdeToOneNote
The Search is BEAUTIFUL OK - this one is going to take a couple screenshots. First of all, the search is REALLY GOOD for a simple page database. Like, really…
In this #OdeToOneNote, Jay shows the difference between Sections and Pages in the Windows 10 and Desktop apps, with a focus on the shorting of note pages. SORTING OF NOTE PAGES! Did you even know that was possible?
Today, December 29th, Christian Buckley hosted his annual year-end wrap up #CollabTalk TweetJam. The December TweetJam is typically the largest of the year, with community members peeking out from behind their usual work to make their predictions for the Microsoft stack in 2022.
On November 30th I joined Christian Buckley's #CollabTalk for another TweetJam - this time focused on security and collaboration.
It's December 3rd, so time to take the draft October 2021 Roll Call article and ... uhh ... publish it ... finally.
In September Jay participated in 4 videocasts, wrote a blog, and committed to two new audio series on his existing videocasts AND announced three upcoming conferences. Read all about it, we found Jay!
In 2011 I co-authored a paper on Enterprise 2.0. We posited, and not alone, that any future transformation would be fed by a combination of changes in the people that made up an organization, the processes those people used, and the technology that supported those. I find today, after an 18 month transformation that was forced upon much of the digital-knowledge based world, that this triangle is still relevant, and too-often ignored. (link to original paper included).