December 2020 Meeting

Productivity Tools in Microsoft 365: What to Use When

December 10th, 11:30 am

Topic: Productivity Tools in Microsoft 365: What to Use When
Location: via Microsoft Teams
: Emily Mancini
Cost: FREE

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Topic Details

Are you struggling with tracking work across projects, cross-functional initiatives, and departmental objectives? Microsoft 365 has many options for personal and team action item tracking but which one is right for your organization?

In this session we will review out of the box, no code solutions for task management using real-world use cases as examples to explore the capabilities and limits of OneNote, Outlook Tasks, To Do, Planner, SharePoint Lists, and Project Online. Leave this session with tangible next steps for implementing personal and enterprise-level task tracking in your organization.

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Speaker Details

Emily Mancini

Emily is a lifelong learner. She is a passionate advocate for seamless user experiences- specializing in information architecture and UX design. She thrives on building accessible structures to help people find what they are looking for and better understand their surroundings.

Before joining Sympraxis, Emily fell in love with SharePoint Online while managing the Office 365 strategy at a fast-growing global biotech. There she implemented and led the Steering Committee, formed to prioritize projects by business need while maintaining close alignment with the company culture. She developed productivity training to drive user adoption during the company’s 10x growth over 5 years. Emily has a deep understanding of what business owners need to implement intuitive and scalable solutions.

Emily’s experience as a communications manager, leadership development facilitator, and teacher provide a well-rounded background for interpreting and translating user needs across industries. She infuses each project with effective change management and compassion for pain points. Emily believes a human-centered process will yield the best results.

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