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TCH2311. Collaborate to Elevate: Boost Efficiency with Digital Collaboration Using Teams

In today's fast-paced business environment, effective digital collaboration is crucial for enhancing productivity and staying ahead of the competition. Join us for an engaging and informative session as we unpack the difference between collaboration and teamwork, and then leverage the power of Microsoft Teams to boost collaboration efficiency and streamline communication across your organization. In 2022, Microsoft announced that Teams was used by 270 million users, making it by far the most popular business communication platform, vastly outperforming Slack’s 18 million active users. In this session, you will learn: The criteria for effective collaboration, as it differs from the criteria for effective teamwork. * Techniques for real-time communication through chat, voice and video calls, and screen sharing, reducing the need for long email chains and unnecessary meetings. * Various methodologies to deliver content for contemplative reasons, including files, notes, and tasks. * Tips for setting up channels, managing permissions, and organizing your workspace to encourage a clutter-free environment. Whether you're new to Microsoft Teams or looking to optimize your current setup, this session will equip you with valuable insights and practical tips to take your team's collaboration to new heights. Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your firm’s collaboration efficiency and harness the full potential of digital collaboration using Microsoft Teams.

Learning Objectives:

  • Indicate the key differences between collaboration and teamwork and recognize the importance of effective digital collaboration in the modern workplace
  • Identify the essential features and functionalities of Microsoft Teams that facilitate real-time communication and collaboration, such as chat, voice and video calls, and screen sharing. Apply v
  • Recall various methodologies for delivering and managing content within Microsoft Teams, including organizing files, notes, and tasks.
  • Recognize best practices for setting up channels, managing permissions, and organizing workspaces in Microsoft Teams to create a clutter-free and efficient environment.
CPE Credits
NASBA Field of Study
Information Technology
0-2 years in the Profession
Advanced Preparation
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