On-demand webinar: The Top 7 Ways to Improve Teams & SharePoint Navigation In Your Digital Workplace

Are you considering a new intranet to support productivity and daily work within your organization? Then we have an interesting webcast for you.

70% of people start their journey by navigating. It is at the very heart of an effective digital workplace. Improving the navigation experience is Intranet's number one priority, and it often is not effectively designed or implemented. Navigation is also foundational for integration, automation, security, and many other essential areas of digital workplace investment. Poor navigation creates unnecessary inefficiencies and dependency on already overburdened resources to fill the navigation gaps with their time and effort directing requests, linking digital workspaces, essential applications, and more.

The good news is that organizations employ proven designs and best practices today to overcome these challenges. Join Richard Harbridge, a Microsoft MVP and internationally recognized expert on Microsoft 365 and the Digital Workplace, as he shares insight on how to better plan, design, personalize, configure, integrate, and enhance navigation for your Intranet and Digital Workplace. 

Richard Harbridge is the Chief Technology Officer and owner of 2toLead and a Microsoft MVP. Richard works as a trusted advisor with hundreds of organizations, helping them understand their current needs, future needs, and what actions they should take to grow and achieve their bold ambitions.

Joining Richard is Omnia's Knut Relbe-Moe, Microsoft MVP and Product Evangelist and Darren Murphy, Partner and Customer Success Manager.

Target audience

This event is primarily aimed at roles like CIO, CCO, CTO, Digital Workplace or Intranet Managers or similar roles within organizations planning to improve their digital workplace based on Microsoft technology.

General information

This webinar is free of charge and you can participate using a web browser or a mobile app. Unfortunately, we cannot accept registrations from private email addresses (gmail, outlook, yahoo, etc.).