ClickLearn highlights challenges of Dynamics 365 projects in podcast series

ClickLearn highlights challenges of Dynamics 365 projects in podcast series


The virtual programme will see industry experts join executives from Microsoft and ClickLearn

Elly Yates-Roberts |

ClickLearn is exploring the challenges facing businesses when taking on digital adoption projects in its podcast Digital Adoption Talks. The series pays particular attention to Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementations and aims to equip listeners with best practice guidance.

Guests of the podcast are experts in their fields and contribute with tips and insights on trends in digital adoption, virtual learning, user adoption and more. They give advice for implementing technology and talk about how to support user adoption to drive effectiveness. Each episode features input from Microsoft most valuable professional Rick McCutcheon and ClickLearn CEO Joachim Schiermacher. 

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast or Spotify via

Episode list:

  • The main cause of user adoption issues in Dynamics 365
  • Digital adoption strategies with AJ Ansari
  • How to achieve digital transformation in sales with Chuck Ingram
  • Training the way you knew it is dead with Louis Trahan
  • Forget about the technology with JC Quintana
  • Digital adoption is scalability with Daniel Garcia
  • Power trends for Power Apps with Kylie Kiser
  • Essential user adoption tips for Dynamics 365 with Rachel Profitt
  • The key to a profitable customer relationship with Tom Doran 
  • How to create training content that maximises user adoption with Heidi Neuhauser
  • Strategies for CRM Success with Dan Madden
  • Adoption is the new black: navigating the click, try, buy era with Jason Gumpert
  • Learning for generation TikTok with Asif Rehmani 
  • User adoption in CRM software implementations with Jeff Ney
  • The impact of AI and the cloud with Chris Gherardini

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