Welcome to New Habits, a Microsoft Teams podcast
New Habits is a podcast produced by Suzy Dean, Paul Schaeflein, Wes Hackett and Wictor Wilen. The podcast panel will discuss, monthly, the opportunity and benefits around using and developing for Microsoft Teams.
Episode 14: Knowledge Management, part 4
This month’s discussion centers on organisational content; what it is, what is should be and how an organisation could approach the production of their content.
Episode 13: Knowledge Management, part 3
The panel is joined by knowledge management experts Sue Hanley and Simon Denton to discuss what they’ve done to deliver successful implementations and tips for getting your organisation ready for Project Cortex.
Episode 12: Knowledge Management, part 2
Our panel goes deeper on the topic of knowledge management and Project Cortex. This episode focuses on how organisations structure their content and how employees have engaged with it. With AI and automation gaining ground, do we have new opportunities to improve knowledge management and make it more people-friendly?
Episode 11: Knowledge Management, part 1
Our panel starts the new year, and a set of related episodes on the topic of knowledge management and Project Cortex. This episode focuses on the influences that the consumer market has on enterprises, the key concepts that will influence knowledge management in Cortex, and a few new features in Microsoft Teams.
Episode 10: How Microsoft 365 enables a collaborative way of working at LTC
The panel is joined by Colin Shedden, Enterprise Architect at the Lower Thames Crossing Project to discuss the use of Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 in supporting the decade-long construction project.
Episode 9: All Things Wild – How is Microsoft Teams fairing out in the wild?
The panel discusses Microsoft Teams mobile and the wider concerns about guidance vs sprawl.
Episode 8: Communications features in Microsoft Teams
The panel discusses new communications features in Microsoft Teams and how they can be used in conjunction with other Office 365 communications features.
Episode 7: Teams Adoption with Karuana Gatimu
This week, the panel is joined by Karuana Gatimu from the Microsoft Teams product group to talk about adoption of Teams and Office 365.
Episode 6: Teams Platform discussion with Christian Maier
This week, Christian Maier from the Teams Platform ecosystem team at Microsoft joins the panel to provide his insights around recent updates to the platform and the announcements from Build 2019.
Episode 5: Recently released and upcoming features in Microsoft Teams
This week the panel reviews new features recently added to Microsoft Teams: Live Events, Kaizala integration, a new Calendar app, live captions and customised backgrounds.
Episode 4: Microsoft Teams feature feedback on UserVoice
This week the panel reviews the Microsoft Teams UserVoice site, providing their expert opinion on features coming to the application, as shown on the UserVoice site.
Episode 3: Connectors and Tabs in Microsoft Teams
This week the panel discuss the Microsoft Teams extensibility model, focusing on Connectors and Tabs. What’s the difference between the two and when should they be used? The panel also discuss developer experiences and user experiences for both models.
Episode 2: Bots and conversational interfaces
The panel discusses using bots to interact with users and systems via Microsoft Teams this week. Why have bots become popular within the Teams context? The panel also discuss Who bot and T-bot, Microsoft’s own Teams bots.
Episode 1: Microsoft Teams and the App Store
This episode will explore the Microsoft Teams app store. What is the Microsoft Teams app store and what are some of the scenarios for using it? The panel will look at some of the opportunities and challenges with this capability.