Telford SUGUK - March 2012 - Part 2

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Telford SUGUK - March 2012 - Part 2

  1. 1. West Midlands SharePoint User Group #SUGUK 27th March 2012
  2. 2. Session1--20ThingsToRevolutioniseSharePointSession2--Metadata-V-FoldersSession3-- SharePoint2010ProjectForSchoolsSession4--AFASTPresentationOnSearchPanelQ&A Break&PizzaSession5--ShareThePoint-EffectiveSketchesSession6-- ManagingProjectsSiteTemplateSession7--SharePoint Admin Tools & TipsSession8--TheOSForTheEnterpriseSession9--TalesOfATrainerPanelQ&A SharePint
  3. 3. Next up to inspire… Simon Brown
  4. 4. Thank you… Simon Brown
  5. 5. Next up to inspire… Kim Wolstencroft
  6. 6. Project Management inSharepointPresented by: Kim Wolstencroft
  7. 7. Why? No Onlystandard Way is Format Up Document No s  I cant’ find itTools  Document Templates – I’ll just use my own Where  No PM Tool – No Money!  We are all different but need to be the same  Take it up the line
  8. 8. What’s it All About
  9. 9. The Way Ahead – With nice piccies!
  10. 10. Project Deliverables Project Feedback Workflo Owner w /Sponsor
  11. 11. Milestones
  12. 12. Lovely Use of Content Types Library  Post Project Review Plan Airwave Document  Product Development Plan Business Case  Project Approach Checkpoint Report  Project Brief Communications Plan  Project Initiation Document Daily Project Log  Project Issue Form End Stage Report  Project Mandate Exception Report  Project Organisation Follow On Report  Project Plan Highlight Report  Stage Plan Log Impact Assessment  Work Package Form Lessons Learned Log  Airwave Word Document Lessons Learned Report  Excel Spreadsheet New Idea  Airwave Powerpoint Presentation New Service Proposal
  13. 13. The Checklist
  14. 14. Risk Ref Single line of text Date Created Date and Time Owner Confirmed Close Date Date and Time Complete ID Single line of text Customer Facing? Yes/No Risk description (Cause) Multiple lines of text Risk Description (Threat) Multiple lines of text Risk Description (Effect) Multiple lines of text Risk Level Choice Risk Category Choice Probability (Inherent) Number Impact (Inherent) Number Controllability (Inherent) Number Inherent Risk Rating (PxIxC) Number Inherent Risk (PxI) Number Risk Proximity Choice Impact £ Approx Choice Risk Action ChoiceRisks Countermeasures (Mitigation) Residual Risk Probability (rP) Multiple lines of text Number Residual Risk Impact (rI) Number Residual Risk Rating (rPxrI) Number Effectiveness of Controls Choice Risk Owner Person or Group Next Review Date and Time Latest Update on Risk Multiple lines of text Status Choice Closed Date Date and Time Risk Manager Person or Group Five year Plan Link Choice Risk or Issue Choice Directorate Choice Programme or Work Area Choice Project or Work Area Choice Risk Raised by Person or Group Modified By Person or Group
  15. 15. Change Log
  16. 16. Project Tasks
  17. 17. Actions Log
  18. 18. Joined Up ThinkingCompany Top ViewDirectorate Lessons Risk LearnedCorporate Lessons Risk Milestones Lists Learned Projects A B C D
  19. 19. What About Resources?
  20. 20. Resource Workflow Business TechnicalPM Area Leads Resource IT Manager
  21. 21. Has it Worked Early Days – but each new project has a site created Initial Feedback is  Further automation will improve it  Less Documents  More Buttons  Executive Managers Like it
  22. 22. The Future?
  23. 23. Back to the Future The Hard work has been done We know the processes and requirements
  24. 24. Any Questions
  25. 25. Thank you for listening.
  26. 26. Thank you… Kim Wolstencroft
  27. 27. Next up to inspire… Iain Wyatt
  28. 28. Iain WyattTechnical Specialist (IWSP) iainw@tesl.com www.tesl.com www.linkedin.com/in/iainwyatt www.twitter.com/itwyatt IT solutions for business excellence
  29. 29. IT solutions for business excellence
  30. 30. Tools I Use • RoyalTS IT solutions for business excellence
  31. 31. Tools I use… • Quest PowerGUI + PowerGUI VSX IT solutions for business excellence
  32. 32. Tools I use… • PowerGUI + Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell.dll IT solutions for business excellence
  33. 33. Tools I use… • AutoSPInstaller IT solutions for business excellence
  34. 34. Tools I use… • SharePoint Manager 2010 IT solutions for business excellence
  35. 35. Anecdote • No metadata in Search index IT solutions for business excellence
  36. 36. Anecdote • Beware removing host headers IT solutions for business excellence
  37. 37. Anecdote • Cause & Effect IT solutions for business excellence
  38. 38. Tips • Change logs / simple journaling IT solutions for business excellence
  39. 39. Tips • have separate environments for dev / test / live & more if needed… IT solutions for business excellence
  40. 40. Tips • SQL Database Recovery Model : “Simple” for Dev IT solutions for business excellence
  41. 41. Tips • Use an alias for SQL Servers • Start > run > cliconfg IT solutions for business excellence
  42. 42. Tips UAC? Save a click… IT solutions for business excellence
  43. 43. Tips • UAC? Edit-hosts… Function edit-hosts() { Start-Process "notepad.exe" -Verb Runas -ArgumentList ‘c:windowssystem32driversetchosts } IT solutions for business excellence
  44. 44. Tips • PowerShell Cheat Sheet IT solutions for business excellence
  45. 45. Tips • When copy & paste fails check the dash IT solutions for business excellence
  46. 46. Tips • NETBIOS name check $hostToRun = “UK-PROD-SP-01" if ($env:COMPUTERNAME -notlike $hostToRun) { Write-Host "This script should onoly be run on " -NoNewline Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red $hostToRun return } IT solutions for business excellence
  47. 47. Tips • Be patient IT solutions for business excellence
  48. 48. Next up to inspire… Iain Wyatt
  49. 49. Next up to inspire… Andrew Woodward
  50. 50. Inspiring people to change the way they work
  51. 51. OS for the EnterpriseInspiring people to change the way they work
  52. 52. Today?
  53. 53. Inspiring people to change the way they work
  54. 54. SharePoint App Store
  55. 55. Findability
  56. 56. Money
  57. 57. Community
  58. 58. Feedback.
  59. 59. What’s changed
  60. 60. Sandboxed Solutions Inspiring people to change the way they work
  61. 61. Client Object Model Inspiring people to change the way they work
  62. 62. RESTful APIs
  63. 63. Custom solutionsInspiring people to change the way they work
  64. 64. 3rd Party
  65. 65. End UsersInspiring people to change the way they work
  66. 66. What about? Inspiring people to change the way they work
  67. 67. SharePoint App Store..iTunes for your business
  68. 68. Thank you… Andrew Woodward
  69. 69. Next up to inspire… Matthew Hughes
  70. 70. Thank you… Matthew Hughes
  71. 71. Next up to inspire… Panel Q&A
  72. 72. Next up to inspire… You Guys!
  73. 73. Next up to inspire… SharePint

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