Malin Donoso Martnes on The MVP Show

Malin Donoso Martnes on The MVP Show

Malin Donoso Martnes
Microsoft Business Applications MVP


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/137

  • A brief introduction about Malin’s life – lives in Oslo Area, Norway and talks about how she spends her time when she’s not working  
  • Shares her journey into becoming an MVP  
  • Talks about her educational and career background  
  • The FIRST and ONLY MVP for Dynamics Talent  
  • How long has she been working with Dynamics Talent?  
  • Discusses projects around Microsoft Talent  
  • Second to pass the MB6 898 Dynamics 365 Exam Talent Certification  
  • What made her choose to work in Dynamics Talent and what she likes the most doing the Dynamics Talent work  
  • Talks about her Blog – the 16 reasons why you should choose Talent 
  • Explains where her ideas are coming from when writing a Blog – How long does it take for her to write a post.  
  • How she manages her user group Woman in Dynamics – where and how did it start  
  • What advice she can tell people all over the world who are considering becoming a member of the user group  
  • Advantages of creating a more traditional mixed group scenario   
  • Malin’s thoughts on the MVP Program 

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Malin Donoso Martnes

Malin Donoso Martnes is the first MVP with a primary focus on Talent. She has worked extensively with Talent for more than a year and knows where Talent is dependent on extending with the PowerPlatform.

As a senior Dynamics 365 consultant at Point Taken AS in Oslo, Norway, she started working with Dynamics CRM, now known as Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, in 2009 and became a CRM consultant in 2014. In March 2018, she first got introduced to Talent.

In addition, she started working with Microsoft's new HCM system, Dynamics 365 for Talent, in March 2018 and gained a unique insight into the system and various HR processes.

She speaks well with those who have deep technical understanding and those with little or no technical competence, so she is often the preferred choice when it comes to training.