#ChewNChat Video: Arròs negre, Culture Change with Yammer and Microsoft Teams

Post Date: 04/16/2019
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Arròs negre is a Valencian and Catalan dish made with squid ink, rice, and either cuttlefish or squid. It’s very similar to seafood paella. The squid ink and cuttlefish are unique ingredients that represent the Valencian and Catalan culture. Naturally, it can take those unfamiliar with the dish some time to adapt, but if given some time they’re sure to love it!

Speaking of culture and adapting to new experiences, I’m hosting a webinar next Monday on how to increase Yammer adoption and boost company culture. I also had the good fortune of enjoying this dish with my friend Steve Smith who’s hosting a workshop on May 2nd covering how to increase Microsoft Teams adoption. Check it out here!

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With over 20 years of business and technology experience, Dux has driven organizational transformations worldwide with his ability to simplify complex ideas and deliver relevant solutions. He serves as the Chief Brand Officer of AvePoint who has authored the LinkedIn Learning course How to Build Your Personal Brand, the book SharePoint for Project Management, as well as numerous whitepapers and articles. As a public speaker, Dux has delivered engaging, interactive presentations to more than 25,000 people at leading industry events around the world. He also hosts the modern workplace podcast #shifthappens that focuses on how leading organizations navigated their business transformation journey. Dux advocates tirelessly for inclusion, using technology for good, and philanthropic initiatives. Connect with him: http://dux.sy

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