#88. Join me with Brendan Eger,ย  an Associate Director of Information Systems and Analytics at Partners In Health in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Brendan's story is a fascinating journey of a small, bootstrapped team adopting the Power Platform.

Our discussion covers:

  • Knowledge sharing within teams – invest in team members in a semi-formal structured environment, sharing what they've just learned with their coworkers.
  • Overcoming the end-user learning curve moving from Excel to Power BI.
  • Why Partners in Health chose to invest in the Microsoft Power Platform.
  • Unexpected benefits of the Finance team building their own app.
  • The benefit of developing transferable skills during a relatively simple app build.
  • Finding the balance between a small technical team and users who want to build their own apps.

Resources
Brendan Eger on LinkedIn
Partners In Health (pih.org)
Dashboard in a Day (microsoft.com)
App in a Day Event Web page (microsoftevents.com)
Amazing Applications podcast page on LinkedIn
Amazing Applications podcast page on Podchaser
Scrum for Microsoft Business Apps online course at Customery Academy
Agile Foundations for Microsoft Business Apps free online mini-course at Customery Academy

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-Neil