Video: 7 Ways to Empower Reluctant PMs with SharePoint 2013 #pmot #sharepointfest


Arguably the vast majority of people who manage projects today are not full time project managers but do so as a part of their work responsibilities. What if a reluctant project manager could get their project related work done more effectively by using tools they are already familiar with combined with a first rate project collaboration platform?
Arguably the vast majority of people who manage projects today are not full time project managers but do so as a part of their work responsibilities. What if a reluctant project manager could get their project related work done more effectively by using tools they are already familiar with combined with a first rate project collaboration platform?

With SharePoint 2013, this is a reality. Reluctant project managers can adapt “project management on their terms” with technologies they already use – the ability to seamlessly integrate SharePoint and leverage existing tools such as e-mail, Word, Excel, MS Project, mobile devices and the web.

I had the opportunity to present ‘7 Ways to Empower Reluctant PMs with SharePoint 2013’ at the recent SharePointFest Chicago. In this presentation, I shared how to:

– Easily create relevant project collaboration solutions with SharePoint 2013
– Streamline project planning, tracking and reporting activities
– Efficiently centralize project artifacts
– Effectively work with with internal and external project teams
– Integrate existing tools and mobile technologies
– Automate project processes
– Generate real-time reports and project dashboards

Click here to download the powerpoint deck. Here’s the video recording:

Let me know what you think!

One thought on “Video: 7 Ways to Empower Reluctant PMs with SharePoint 2013 #pmot #sharepointfest

  1. Dux, I like your video recordings, but sometimes the audio is really hard to understand. Couldn’t you use a headset that allows for constant audio quality while you walk around the stage?

    Thanks for sharing all that valuable stuff!

    Best regards from Germany
    René

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