You’re Invited: “7 Ways to Leverage SharePoint for Project Management Success” Webcast


Hey there. I’d like to invite you and your colleagues to a FREE webcast that I will be presenting sponsored by O’Reilly media. Here are the details:
Hey there. I’d like to invite you and your colleagues to a FREE webcast that I will be presenting sponsored by O’Reilly media. Here are the details:

Title:
7 Ways to Leverage SharePoint for Project Management Success

Date and time: Friday, February 27, 2009 10:00 am PST (GMT -08:00, San Francisco)

Duration: 1 hour

Description:

In this presentation, you acquire the practical knowledge of how SharePoint can address common project management challenges such as inefficient communication among stakeholders, poor document management practices and undefined project collaboration standards that can compromise project success. SharePoint provides a framework that can empower project managers to create a standards-based PMIS.

After the presentation, participants will be able to:

– Identify the benefits of leveraging SharePoint as a PMIS
– Quantify the advantages of using SharePoint compared to other tools
– List project collaboration and communication benefits that SharePoint provides

Slots are limited so register now!

Feel free to forward this info to anyone who would benefit from the webcast by sending the short link below:

I’ll see you there!

9 thoughts on “You’re Invited: “7 Ways to Leverage SharePoint for Project Management Success” Webcast

  1. Rob: yes this will be recorded and will be available on Youtube and O’Reilly’s site after the event.

    PM Hut: I will briefly discuss SP vs. all other tools in the webcast. Hope to see you there!

  2. Great session Dux! (Was there any doubt? Nah!). Can’t see the demos from my work site – they filter out streaming media at a lot of government offices. I’ll just have to wait to watch it at home. Would have been nice to show them to some of the Doubting Thomas’ here at work, but I’ll manage.

    Keep up the good work!

    Tony

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