Honesty is always the best policy in your profession. You should be honest to the company you are working for. You should work sincerely. Talking about the secrets of your company to the opponent company is a big no. You are earning your livelihood through the company you work for, and so your loyalty should always be with them.
Proper naming of teams prevents creation of teams with the same names and hence, eliminates confusions in searching a relevant team. By imposing team naming policies, users can gain more clarity while creating their teams such as, for which project it is created, which department it belongs to and so on.
Editing multiple teams one by one is time consuming, especially when they all need the same inputs. The phenomenon is frustrating for administrators who are supposed to work in a fast-paced environment dealing with hundreds of thousands of teams. Ability to update a bunch of records in a snap reduces context switching and improves user efficiency.
Random teams floating all around Teams environment is not good for the health of MS Teams. It is important to manage the lifecycle of teams by configuring expiration policies for their archival or deletion. The intention behind creation of teams is a business purpose to fulfill. Inactive teams or teams that are no longer in often cause content overloading and mismanagement.
By gaining insights into teams’ activities, it gets lot easier for business managers, administrators and owners to check teams’ performance and detect any anomaly, if exists. This further helps in taking informed business decisions or actions to resolve complicacies and fulfill company’s goals effectively.
Categorization of teams promotes findability. Tagging or labeling a team is the easiest and best way to classify teams. This helps in better search and organization of teams based on their department, project type or location and so on.
Applying stringent rules or restrictions to use MS Teams platform freely can diminish user enthusiasm to take ownership of their tasks. By activating self-service, you can allow end users to create teams and empower them to collaborate efficiently. Also, it develops a sense of belonging to the platform. Furthermore, with an approval system in place, administrator can ensure that the teams created by users are purposeful and relevant to the business.