Robert Wetting

Information & Communications Technology

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Office 365 SharePoint SharePoint Online Office 365, SharePoint, Productivity Office 365, Office 365 Governance, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint user adoption Change Management Digital Workplace Digital Transformation

Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands

Robert Wetting

CEO and consultant Onz365

To fully use the possibilities of the Office 365 platform, user adoption is the key to success. 20% of an implementation is technical, 80% is about changing organizational culture and working methods. Onz365 helps companies to successfully adopt Office 365, with unconventional methods based on the Prosci ADKAR model.

As CEO and consultant at Onz365 i’m specialized in project and change management, training and adoption consultancy.

He recentlys worked on projects for the The Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management, the Province of Fryslân and Groningen Seaports. 

Current sessions

How your sponsor is going to hurt your SharePoint

After months of hard work, your SharePoint collaboration site is live! The sites are a co-creation of your teams expertise and business requirements. Champions and key users helped you to built a solution based on the user voice of the organization. You even tested the collaboration site and ran a pilot with a selection of end users. Here the first problems emerge. Despite all your efforts and some enthusiastic champions, the pilot is failing. End users aren’t using the tool and don’t feel the urge to start. Now it’s impossible to get best practices. And you didn’t even start implementing SharePoint in the organization. Sounds familiar?
Of course you’re aware of the important role of sponsors in projects like these, so you started yours by finding one. From the beginning your sponsor supports the project and makes the right funds available. In this interactive presentation we’ll discuss the role of sponsors and the way they can harm your project (despite their initial support), ways to identify potential problems and take the right (counter)measures. The role SharePoint can play in this process we’ll highlight as well.


What to do once they desire your Office 365

Sounds familiar? Your SharePoint collaboration site or Teams is live, the features are (almost) endless. The next step in the process is getting started with collaboration. All kinds of resources like kick-offs, promo videos and blogs are deployed to enthusiasm your co-workers. And you succeed, end users are positive and cannot wait to begin! And then?
In this session we discuss some practical strategies to facilitate end users in this process. The key is preparing them for the correct