Making SharePoint More Social Session 1: 28th June Cerys HearseyThursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 Making SharePoint More Social: Our Session ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 2Thursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 Too many poorly implemented Blogs features Leveraging existing tech/infrastructure Micro-blogging Document Sharing/ Management Cross Vertical Collaboration Value Improved Productivity What does “SharePoint for Social” mean to you? Adoption Issues Visibility Community Wikis Real Time Collaboration User Proﬁles Facebook for the Ownership Enterprise conﬂicts ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 3Thursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 People Process Tools Improved Too many poorly Productivity Visibility implemented features Document Sharing/ Community Management Adoption Issues Blogs Ownership Leveraging existing conﬂicts tech/infrastructure Facebook for the Enterprise Value Micro-blogging Cross Vertical Collaboration User Proﬁles Wikis Real Time Collaboration ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 4Thursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 Isn’t embraced because of a lack of training Should be encouraged more Powerful XML/XSLT layer available End User Conﬁguration Mo Often described as st c ‘non-technical’ Could help SP as feel om more social m on u sag e( Administrator/Site Owner cus Conﬁguration tom Better/more stable Too often a ﬁrst resort mo during upgrade rather than a last st u sed , use rc on ﬁg lea st u sed ) Maybe better to consider a plug in? Customisation ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 5Thursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 Ownership Systems owned by the business have better chances of adoption Systems owned by IT see high usage (due to top down mandates), but low adoption whats the difference between usage and adoption? Will the SP 2013 app marketplace change how ‘owns’ SharePoint? <---- I hope so! At least having apps based in SharePoint allows for apps to be merged and/or integrated easily. ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 6Thursday, 5 July 12
SharePoint 2010 | 26th June 2012 Some Follow Up Resources Thanks to Ben for this suggestion. Here are the two blogs he suggested as good starting places for discussions of similar focus: Dave Snowden of Cognitive Edge: http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/author/19/ Paul Culmsee of CleverWorkArounds: http://www.cleverworkarounds.com/ Here are two of my favourites: Marcy Keller’s SharePoint Muse blog: http://www.thesharepointmuse.com/ Jakob Nielson’s resources on: http://www.useit.com/ And to see the beginnings of a series of posts around SharePoint from Dachis Group: http:// www.dachisgroup.com/2012/06/sharepoint-2010-why-after-2-years-is-it-still-so-hard/ The next one will focus on the user experience issues of the SharePoint interface, taking a heuristic analytic approach. ® 2012 Dachis Group. Conﬁdential and Proprietary 7Thursday, 5 July 12
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