Tag Archives: HR

Office 365 Usage Scenarios

O365 contains a lot of tools. Most users do not even know about all the tools available. Even if you know the tools, the next question is – which tool to use when? Most people take this decision either randomly or based upon their habits. Both approaches are wrong. I created a set of 5 videos to illustrate some common Office 365 Usage Scenarios.

Office 365 Usage Scenarios

This is a playlist in YouTube. Each video is about a common business need. For each business need, the video demonstrates the best suited tool. As you know, efficiency is a two step process… step 1 is to know what is available and step 2 is to use the right tool in the right place.

You can view the playlist here.
These videos have a British voice because I created these videos for global consumption.

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HR Efficiency: Knowledge Pack

A list of my articles relevant to HR, L&D and Human Capital Management personnel covering Efficiency Quantification, Capability Building, Maximizing Potential and common bottlenecks/ misconceptions. Of course, all this in the context of the most used yet most underutilized product called Microsoft Office!

  1. HR: Enhance your CV with a map
  2. How to hide inevitable spelling mistakes in your Resume?
  3. How to learn: Specific to Generic
  4. (in)Efficiency Tests
  5. How to conduct a WhatsAppinar
  6. How to create a multiple choice test using Office Mix
  7. You are suffering from “Inattentional Blindness”
  8. Don’t just make charts the way boss wants. Use Recommended Charts
  9. Educators, L&D : Create Professional Learning Content using PowerPoint + Mix
  10. Creating SCORM compliant content in PowerPoint using Office Mix
  11. Word Best Practices Video
  12. How to succeed in office politics using Excel!
  13. Trainers: How to prevent expectation mismatch
  14. Why “Tips and Tricks” approach is not useful for learning
  15. Common concern: Yammer will lead to uncontrollable misuse
  16. Learning to Learn: Building a Visual Vocabulary – PowerPoint Transitions
  17. How vs. Why: the right approach to teaching and learning
  18. How to create templates for common replies in Outlook
  19. Did you know: Outlook works with LinkedIn and Facebook?
  20. Use Split while replying to long mails
  21. Office Politics: How to ensure your mail is noticed and acted upon?
  22. Arrange meetings with yourself = Time Management
  23. Never delegate work using email: Use Outlook Tasks
  24. Basic vs. Advanced – the psychological deterrent to efficient Office usage!
  25. It is statistically impossible to be efficient in using Microsoft Office! Unless…
  26. Efficiency is dangerous!

HR, Sales, Marketers: Enhance your credentials with Power View

Yes. That is right. If you have worked with lots of customers, providing a list of customers consumes lot of space and nobody reads it anyway! Why not show the customers you have worked with in a region or globally by plotting them on a map? Here is how you do it in Power View.  It takes just 2 minutes  if you have the data ready.

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