Are you preparing to launch, relaunch or refresh Yammer inside your organisation? How are you finding the world of enterprise social networks?
If you would like a helping hand, you’re in luck because Microsoft has just published a wealth of information.
The guides are excellent and cover all sorts, from an Admin guide to use case catalogue, training decks, tips for using Yammer to work together, plus launch ideas.
It’s a bumper crop!
They’re well worth a look, particularly if you’re struggling to prepare for launch. The guides aim to equip companies with advice and guidance to help you make the most of Yammer, and certainly do that.
Well done to Kady Dundas and the Yammer team at Microsoft for this information, it’s great to see extra resources being produced to help companies with their Yammer journey.
I’ve written about Yammer numerous times on my blog over the years. The most popular articles you’ve been reading are:
- It’s Yammer Time – overview of everything I’ve published to date
- 400 case studies of how people use ESNs
- How internal comms pros use social media
- How to make your enterprise social network a success
- Why invest in an enterprise social network?
- By me: Why use enterprise social networks for internal communication?
- On my blog: 300+ social media policies and videos
- On my blog: Defining social business.
You can hear Kady talking about six steps to a successful Yammer network via this video:
The six steps are:
What is Yammer?
Yammer is a social workspace which makes it easy to share updates, ask questions, develop ideas, get feedback, and collaborate with coworkers across departments and locations.
(Am interested to note how Microsoft refers to Yammer has changed as it has evolved over the years. Yammer is now described as the social workspace within Office 365.)
How can you access the new resources?
You can see the whole collection online and below. Enjoy!
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Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on the All Things IC blog 15 January 2016.