We all know that driving sustainable SharePoint adoption is no easy task. Having worked with organizations large and small in the last 10 years, I discovered that the 3 main goals of driving sustainable adoption is to drive excitement, facilitate change and be able to empower users. If you want to learn more on how to drive sustainable SharePoint adoption, here’s an article I wrote for CMSWire.
Microsoft market research indicates that 78 percent of Fortune 500 companies are SharePoint users. Every day for the past five years, 20,000 workers have joined the ranks of SharePoint users. Continue reading →
Another session I delivered in the recently concluded SHARE Conference 2012 in Melbourne, Australia was “Deliver Project Management on Your Terms with SharePoint”. In this interactive session Continue reading →
SharePoint is a complex and broad-reaching technology that is extremely effective for fostering collaborative efforts, but implementing it intentionally and with a view to ensuring that the implementation addresses the issues of each department in your organization is critical to a successful implementation. Continue reading →
Microsoft SharePoint has shifted the paradigm in enterprise information management and team collaboration. By empowering knowledge workers, SharePoint can increase worker productivity, improve business process efficiency and streamline business processes. Continue reading →