Jun 16, 2022
Let the knowledge transfer begin! And never stop - with confidence to go, go, go. On this episode, Chris and Mark chat with Sue Hanley (Microsoft MVP, information architect) and her customer, Carol Zollinger (IT Support Technician | Christian Children's Home of Ohio), about identifying problems, drilling in with questions, concerns, etc. to ultimately decide what tech will work, and most importantly: How the tech will be implemented by people, for people. Have a seat on the couch and listen to the wise words of Sue and how she collaborated to point Carol and her team in the right direction.
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Sue Hanley - Information architect & Microsoft MVP| Twitter | LinkedIn | Website | Blog
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Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host]
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Sue Hanley's governance questions: http://tiny.cc/M365GovQuestions
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