"The only thing that is constant is change." - Heraclitus

Month: June 2020

Capacity planning: how to reduce FOMO at C-level?

In our previous blog, we discussed the rational model behind the implementation of Long-Term capacity planning. In this blog, we will elaborate more on ‘soft’ management components like human behavior. It plays an essential part in Long-Term capacity planning but is, unfortunately, much harder to get a hold on. Do you recognize some of the biases mentioned below? Just read on and discover how to handle them!

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Long Term capacity planning: no casino bet, but deliberate planning!

Does the success rate of realizing strategic initiatives seems like a 50-50% chance to you? In that case, you may as well just flip a coin… Learn the importance of Long-Term Capacity planning, what the difference is with Resource Management and how to estimate resource capacity in your RUN and CHANGE environment, all by reading this blog!

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Use Microsoft graph to add a Notebook tab to a Team

A colleague of mine, Nico De Cleyre, recently was struggling with adding a Notebook-tab to a Team in his Microsoft Teams provisioning script.

As Microsoft mentions Notebook tabs in their documentation, they also outline that configuration for these kind of tabs are not supported by default.

But… Nico wouldn’t be Nico if he didn’t find a solution to this. So we’d love to share this with you. We start by explaining the difficulty, to end with a working Powershell script to add a Notebook tab to your Team.

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