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SharePoint project planning

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  • 1. Planning your SharePoint project Joshua Haebets
  • 2.  Melbourne, Australia  @jhaebets on Twitter  www.linkedin.com/in/jhaebets  Blog - www.robotsdottxt.com
  • 3. SharePoint is different SharePoint needs to be built the same way it is going to be used, collaboratively
  • 4. Your organisation’s requirements are unique v’s
  • 5. You cant insert CD and click next…
  • 6. So what steps do you need to take? Define Implement Educate
  • 7. to determine or fix the boundaries to make clear the outline from dictionary.com
  • 8. Why are you implementing SharePoint?
  • 9. It’s a big pie
  • 10. The first rule of problem solving, make sure you are solving the right one
  • 11. What does your organisation really need It is very difficult for those inside a box to think outside of it Management f-laws
  • 12. What does success look like?
  • 13. Who do you want as stakeholders? What do they need to know? Who are your stakeholders?
  • 14. to put into effect according to or by means of a definite plan or procedure. from dictionary.com
  • 15. Are you heading straight to nirvana? Take small steps, there is no harm in delivering in phases
  • 16. Functionality You have the requirements, now use them as a checkpoint during build
  • 17. Who is on the build team Admin Developer Content writer Project Manager Business Analyst
  • 18. Technical Farm InfoPath Solutions Features Content Database WSP Site Collections Web Web Applications MySite
  • 19. What will the Farm look like
  • 20. What will the Farm look like
  • 21. Will it be big enough If you have poor performance you will have trouble getting people on board Load test before the big day
  • 22. Governance…..who owns what
  • 23. Simple governance model Consumer works with the system Administrator Keeps it running, publishes new content. Does development work Owner Is the go to person for functionality requests. They make the final call
  • 24. to develop the faculties and powers of (a person) by teaching, instruction, or schooling. from dictionary.com
  • 25. Change
  • 26. Things are going to be different
  • 27. Communication Before During After
  • 28. Let everyone know
  • 29. User engagement and training
  • 30. Transition to support
  • 31. Where do we go for help?
  • 32. So you want all the pie Cut it up into bite size pieces
  • 33. Repeat the process
  • 34. Questions
  • 35. Contact Contact Joshua.haebets@evolve-is.com.au Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/jhaebets www.linkedin.com/in/jhaebets

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