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Sanity is a madness put to good use.” ― George Santayana


 


Let us, then, put SharePoint to good use – even if at first it brings us to the brink. There is a lesson to be learned by all. Madness is productivity in disguise. :)


 


In this episode, Chris and I talk with Joanne Klein (SharePoint and Microsoft 365 consultant), Ruven Gotz (Director, Workplace eXperience Lead, Avanade) and Daniel Glenn (Microsoft 365 Practice Lead, InfoWorks) about what sent them to the crazy farm, and back. You’ll hear their stories of tech-driven insanity, and why they all stuck with SharePoint through the years. The outcome: “lessons learned,” promoted “best practices”, and insights on a product that’s matured as a service year over year.


 


By tuning in, may you pull out at least one less hair on your next SharePoint adventure.


 


Listen to podcast below and start the uncrazy making:


 


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Intrazone guests and co-hosts – clockwise, starting top left: Chris McNulty (director | Microsoft) [co-host], Ruven Gotz (Director, Workplace eXperience Lead, Avanade) [guest], Daniel Glenn (Microsoft 365 Practice Lead, InfoWorks) [guest], Joanne Klein (SharePoint and Microsoft 365 consultant) [guest], and little Mark Kashman (senior product manager | Microsoft) [co-host].Intrazone guests and co-hosts – clockwise, starting top left: Chris McNulty (director | Microsoft) [co-host], Ruven Gotz (Director, Workplace eXperience Lead, Avanade) [guest], Daniel Glenn (Microsoft 365 Practice Lead, InfoWorks) [guest], Joanne Klein (SharePoint and Microsoft 365 consultant) [guest], and little Mark Kashman (senior product manager | Microsoft) [co-host].


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The SharePoint and Power Platform teams wants you to unleash your magic, creativity, and productivity. And we will do this, together, one poof of magic at a time.



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Left to right [The Intrazone co-hosts]: Chris McNulty, director (SharePoint, #ProjectCortex – Microsoft) and Mark Kashman, senior product manager (SharePoint – Microsoft).Left to right [The Intrazone co-hosts]: Chris McNulty, director (SharePoint, #ProjectCortex – Microsoft) and Mark Kashman, senior product manager (SharePoint – Microsoft).


The Intrzone, a show about the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet: https://aka.ms/TheIntrazone.The Intrzone, a show about the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet: https://aka.ms/TheIntrazone.


 

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