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Microsoft Technologies and Work Management Success and Women in SharePoint: Data Driven Examples of Diversity at Work

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Presentation at Federal SharePoint User Group [co-sponsored with Women in SharePoint DC]. In the first part I was a discussant providing case studies as follow on to Dux Raymond Sy, PMP's presentation …

Presentation at Federal SharePoint User Group [co-sponsored with Women in SharePoint DC]. In the first part I was a discussant providing case studies as follow on to Dux Raymond Sy, PMP's presentation on SharePoint 2010 and Project 2010 for project management success. In the second half I looked at recent data on women in technology, looking specifically at user group attendance driven by targeted marketing to women and the positive impact on professional technical communities as a whole.


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  • 1. Microsoft Technologies and Work Management SuccessandWomen in SharePoint: Data Driven Examples of Diversity at WorkMarie-Michelle Strah, PhDFEDSPUG Washington, DCFebruary 3, 2011
  • 2. Introduction
    Overview
    • Introduction
    • 3. Marie-Michelle Strah, PhD
    • 4. BroadPoint Technologies SharePoint Solutions Architect
    • 5. Email: michelle AT lifeincapslock DOT com
    • 6. Twitter: @cyberslate
    • 7. Objectives
    • 8. How to leverage SharePoint as an enterprise solution (PMIS) in highly regulated settings
    • 9. How to leverage Microsoft Technologies (Project, CRM) and SharePoint for work management success (enterprise architecture)
    • 10. Women in Technology: Case Study of Women in SharePoint DC
  • Best Practices:
    • “Work Management” – Arpan Shah, Microsoft
    • 11. Results-Oriented Posture
    • 12. Solution Orientation
    • 13. SharePoint is not the solution…
  • JTF-CAPMED
    CASE STUDY: Healthcare Supply Chain Management
    • Pain Points
    • 14. What supply chain?
    • 15. Joint services
    • 16. Data integrity and accuracy
    • 17. Legacy systems
    • 18. Process
    • 19. Phase I – 1 month – BPA: Assessment and Evaluation
    • 20. Phase II – 3 months
    • 21. Data and systems architecture and design
    • 22. Program Management Information System (PMIS)
    • 23. Phase III – 3 months
    • 24. Systems Integration (COTS)
    • 25. Custom Development (SharePoint)
    • 26. Data Quality
  • JTF-CAPMED
    Work Management Solutions
    • Solution
    • 27. Project Management Information System (PMIS)
    • 28. Executive Dashboard and BI (JTF-CAPMED SharePoint Portal)
    • 29. SaaS integration and interface SQL/.NET (API) (Attainia and Accendo)
    • 30. Data visualization and interface (MS Silverlight)
    • 31. Integrated Master Schedule (MS Project – MS Project Server)
    • 32. Automated data transfer (JMLFDC – DMLSS)
    • 33. Tracking Tool (SharePoint 2007)
    • 34. Results
    • 35. Unique health services supply chain solution
    • 36. Integration of 100% construction, financial, contractual, capital equipment, procurement, warehouse, and tracking data (RFID/barcode)
    • 37. 100% accountability of $322 million of equipment w/in 6 months
  • JTF-CAPMED
    CASE STUDY: Association Management (PhRMA)
    In progress…
    • Pain Points
    • 38. Communities of Practice
    • 39. Membership and Association Management 2.0
    • 40. Solution
    • 41. SharePoint 2010
    • 42. Microsoft Dynamics CRM
    • 43. Results – Work Management Solutions
    • 44. External Site (CMS)
    • 45. Business Connectivity Services (SQL/CRM)
    • 46. Multiple Authentication (AD DS Claims-Based/FBA) for internal and external users
    • 47. “Social” Features and User Profile Management
    • 48. Events Registration
  • Switching Gears
  • 49. Women in SharePoint DC
  • 50. Why?
    Women in SharePoint
    www.womeninsharepoint.org
    Inclusion:
    Retention
    Talent Management
    Outreach
    Community Management
    Impact on staffing (especially federal/military)
  • 51. Why Now?
    CompTIA report February 2, 2011
    1985-1991 women with IT degrees awarded decreased from 37% to 18%
    1991-2009 women IT professionals
    decreased from 36% to 25%
    Contrast:
    Best Practices Conference 2011
    33% of speakers are women IT professionals
  • 52. What? How?
    Partnerships with Area SharePoint UG
    BSPUG
    CapArea .NET SIG
    FEDSPUG
    Women in Technology Focused Programming
    National Organizations (WSP/EUSP)
    “Template”
    “Outreach” – Best Practices Conference 2010/2011 Live Blogging
  • 53. Results
    73 members (Meetup 2/3/2011)
    Increased User Group Attendance via unique registrations to partner events n=37 (source: Meetup.com)
    17 - November 2010 (WSPDC)
    2 – November 2010 (BSPUG)
    18 – January 2011 (CapArea .NET SIG)
    10 – February 2011 (FEDSPUG)
  • 54. Results (2)
    100% increase in attendance CapArea .NET SIG January 2011 alone by partnering with WSPDC
    Cost = Zero
    Take that to your COO…
  • 55. I have always wanted to do a Venn Diagram
  • Credits:
  • 59. Questions?
    Questions?
    Thank you for your time!
    Marie-Michelle Strah, PhD
    BroadPoint Technologies SharePoint Solutions Architect
    Email: michelle AT lifeincapslock DOT com
    Twitter: @cyberslate
    WSPDC: www.meetup.com/womeninspdc