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Leveraging Microsoft SharePoint for business process transformation. This presentation focuses on practical, common, work group scenarios where SharePoint can be used to dramatically improve ...

Leveraging Microsoft SharePoint for business process transformation. This presentation focuses on practical, common, work group scenarios where SharePoint can be used to dramatically improve productivity, knowledge sharing, and collaboration. The presentation is really intended to be used in an interactive, engaging session where the audience can be polled. The presentation was originally created for the Workplace & Infrastructure Solutions group, part of Procter & Gamble's Global Business Services organization. It was delivered using and audio conference and Live Meeting, which had interactive polls and whiteboards set up in advance.

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  • This is a nice introduction to some basic things that business users can use SharePoint for. I'm not sure I see the connection to actual BPT.
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  • This presentation focuses on practical, common, work group scenarios where SharePoint can be used to dramatically improve productivity, knowledge sharing, and collaboration. The presentation is really intended to be used in an interactive, engaging session where the audience can be polled. The presentation was originally created for the Workplace & Infrastructure Solutions group, part of Procter & Gamble's Global Business Services organization. It was delivered using and audio conference and Live Meeting, which had interactive polls and whiteboards set up in advance.
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  • Leveraging SharePoint for Business Process Transformation
    Brett Dickson
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/brettdickson
  • Introduction
    Explore some practical uses of SharePoint
    Leave with at least 1 specific, practical example of how SharePoint can help you.
    Agenda
  • It’s about technology & what it can do for you
    It’s about culture change
    It’s about exploring ways to be more collaborative
    It’s about interaction (lots of polls), connections, and fun (hopefully)
    Introduce yourself to your “virtual neighbors” via IM
    What’s this session about?
  • There a big buzz about productivity
    Companies are counting on tools like SharePoint to deliver productivity savings
    How can each of us make that happen?
    Our challenge…
  • On to our first interactive poll…
    Q1: Are you open to learning and doing things in new ways to also save the time of others with whom you work?
    Q2: What best describes your level of experience with SharePoint?
  • An Organization Site Collection:
  • Sub-Organization Sub-Sites:
  • Sub-Organization Sub-Sites:
  • On to our next interactive poll…
    Q3: How often do you access the organization SharePoint Teamspaceor one of its sub-sites?
  • Growing Site Adoption
    • Growing steadily
    • Includes weekends
    • 40 unique users per day in Feb/Mar
    • 60 in April
    • Can we make 80 in May?
  • Check in/out for documents
    Version history
    (Requires owner access) Versioning
    Practical Business Case #1: smart document collaboration
  • Practical Business Case #1: document sharing made smarter
  • On to our next interactive poll…
    Q4: Do you think SP could help you collaborate with other team members on a document?
  • Document workflows can be used to gather feedback or record approvals
    Workflows:
    Practical Business Case #2: gathering document feedback
  • The notification email and… another poll!
    Q5: Have you ever worked on a document where it would have helped to formally record feedback or document approval?
  • How can you gather feedback from a large group?
    Online survey in SharePoint
    Practical Business Case #3: gathering feedback from a group
  • Practical Business Case #3: gathering feedback from a group
  • Quizzes
    Deciding when/where to have the org. offsite
    Getting quick feedback on a presentation
    Usability testing
    Other uses of surveys…
  • On to our next interactive poll…
    Q6: How could an online survey in SharePoint help you organize feedback?
  • Using a SP calendar entry to store agenda, documents, etc.
    Practical Business Case #4: organizing a meeting
  • Practical Business Case #4: organizing a meeting
  • On to our next interactive poll…
    Q7: Would it help you if your organization used SP calendar entries to manage organization events?
  • A custom list can be used to store information
    Records can be edited one by one
    Examples:
    Users signing up for Outlook or Office 2007
    Requesting a sub-site in SharePoint
    Lists of Projects, Initiatives, Recruits, Work Sites, Team Members, Organizations, anything!
    Practical Business Case #5: Custom list to store infomation
  • PBC#5: Custom lists
  • PBC#5: Custom lists
  • Q8: What would you put in a custom list?
    On to our next interaction…
  • Pictures and profile information can help make connections
    Practical Business Case #6: Connecting with your colleagues
  • Practical Business Case #6: Connecting with your colleagues
  • On to our final polls…
    Q9: Does it help to put a name with a face?