Already started your adoption journey?
If you’re rolling out Microsoft Teams quickly in response to an increased demand to support remote work, use this guidance to roll out Teams to your entire organization.
Engage Your Org
Transforming to this new way of working requires buy-in and support from across the business. Here’s how to roll out your first set of teams and channels so you can engage your organization to start chatting, sharing files and collaborating.
Train Your Org
We recommend rolling out Teams in stages, workload by workload, as your organization is ready. You don’t have to wait until you’ve completed one step before you move to the next. Some orgs may want to roll out all Teams features at once, while others may prefer a phased approach. Here are the Teams workloads, in the order we recommend rolling them out.
Champions are essential to driving awareness, adoption, and education in your organization. A champion is a person, primarily motivated by helping others, who is interested in new technology (specifically Teams) and helping other employees use it in alignment with your best practices.