SharePoint Adoption, Expertise, and Governance hold so many back from real success. Find out why so many are stalled and failed, and what it takes to get real success. It requires a real partnership between IT and the Business
Race car graphic? Steaming car broken down, frusterated.
Race car graphic?Toy car or tinker toy car. Remove the last line of text. We do think SharePoint was the right choice… they just need help.
Top 3 reasons All these are valid pointsThe wording could be simplified to make it more punchy. I think it may be better to say TOP 3 Reasons for why we’re Stalled.Lack of ExpertiseLack of Cohesive Vision & StrategyPoor Adoption (3&4 are similar)
How many expected to have business drive it? Did you not expect to hand it over to business. Multiple businesses.“Struggling to get business involvement and ownership” Who RUNS it sounds like an IT function. This may not be a strong enough argument.
Using the internal team is less effective. ? 2012 stat Need to simplify these lines or get rid of this slide. Seems more like what are you working on or what are you struggling with. Not a very strong slide.
Avoiding Failed SharePoint Deployments
Avoiding Failed SharePoint
UNDERSTANDING THE STATE OF
Where we are now?
Just about there
0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40%
More than half
Struggling or failing!
AIIM 2013 survey preliminary results
feel they have only achieved
a basic deployment
compared to their
AIIM 2012 Survey
Customers Response on Lack of Success
#1 Lack of Expertise
#2 Lack of Strategic Plans
#3 Poor Adoption/Engagement
#4 Lack of Governance & Policies
19% don’t have enough resources to progress
AIIM 2012 survey
Ownership is still with IT, not the business.
Who Owns SharePoint
What are the current
Expanding the use of SharePoint for biz processes 49%
Enterprise classification and metadata structures 42%
Aligning governance, security and usage policies 40%
Strategic direction with social, mobile and cloud 26%
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