5 Reasons Why Executive SharePoint Ignorance is Not Bliss (Part 1)


The job of how to implement SharePoint in an organization should not be in the hands of the IT department. It belongs with the business and the backing of executive decision makers. Here’s why:
The job of how to implement SharePoint in an organization should not be in the hands of the IT department. It belongs with the business and the backing of executive decision makers. Here’s why:

“Our SharePoint implementation was unsuccessful because management just doesn’t get it! Our CIO decided one day that I’m the SharePoint guru because I’m the Windows system administrator in our company. I was asked to install and deploy SharePoint to our 500 users within three months. This was a year ago and today, as you can imagine, SharePoint is not being fully utilized, users still can’t find what they need and management is questioning why SharePoint is not delivering its promise of improved collaboration.”

… lamented a systems administrator after one of my recent talks. Does this sound familiar? Read the full article I authored at CMSWire.

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