Neil Benson on the MVP Show

Neil Benson on the MVP Show

Neil Benson
Microsoft Business Applications MVP


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/115

  • A brief introduction of Neil’s family and background
  • Neil's journey to how his career as an MVP started 
  • What Neil kids think about his career as MVP 
  • Lessons he teaches his kids, so they learn the value of work. 
  • The best lesson he learnt as a parent, family member, mentor, and someone who works with business 
  • His life experiences – may it be good or terrible 
  • Neil’s story on how he started in Dynamics  
  • Things he loves the most being an MVP 
  • Introduction on Scrum training 
  • What frustrates him the most with his work 
  • Neil’s plan on releasing more training content 
  • What are the qualifications to become and an MVP 
  • Advice on getting nominated as an MVP 
  • Tangible benefits of becoming an MVP 
  • What and how Sonos Play 1 works 

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Neil Benson

Neil Benson has sixteen years of experience in delivering CRM projects. He is a specialist at envisioning and delivering customer engagement projects that provide clients with amazing results on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Salesforce. He has established relationships with Microsoft, Microsoft partners, ISVs and MVPs in the Dynamics ecosystem.

Neil has received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award every year since 2010 for thought leadership and contribution to the CRM community. Specialises in delivering customer engagement projects that provide clients with amazing results on Microsoft Dynamics 365 using the Scrum framework. He is on a mission to ensure every Microsoft customer and partner succeeds with Dynamics 365 using Scrum. He holds the Certified ScrumMaster qualification from the Scrum Alliance and Professional Scrum Master from Scrum.org.

Neil currently publishes a blog, podcast and online training course on using Scrum to implement Dynamics 365 on his website at Customery.com. Have organised and spoken at numerous user groups and conferences, published two books on Microsoft Dynamics CRM.