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SPSJHB 2015 10 Tips to mend your broken relationship with SharePoint

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Do you find yourself in a long-term relationship with SharePoint and it’s just not working? In my session I’ll give you a 10 pointer checklist which can be used to mend your relationship. This will enable you to assess and adjust your current situation and rekindle that love affair.
Mundane to Meaningful in No Time!!

Do you find yourself in a long-term relationship with SharePoint and it’s just not working? In my session I’ll give you a 10 pointer checklist which can be used to mend your relationship. This will enable you to assess and adjust your current situation and rekindle that love affair.
Mundane to Meaningful in No Time!!

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  1. 1. 10 Tips to mend your broken relationship with ShareP int Tracy van der Schyff 3 October 2015 Johannesburg, SA
  2. 2. Sponsors @sps_events #SPSPlus, #SPSJHB, #SPSCPT, #SPSDBN Platinum Gold Silver
  3. 3. Relationships INFO
  4. 4. Tracy is an energetic, hyperactive adrenaline junkie who sees challenges / issues as opportunities and thrives on improving processes, environments and the general quality of life. Always discovering, always growing. Her values are most important to her of which honesty is the main ingredient of her character. http http://tracyvanderschyff.com @tracyvds http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tracy-van-der-schyff/43/a5/647 https://www.gtconsult.com/ About Me
  5. 5. Do you find yourself in a long-term relationship with SharePoint and it’s just not working? In my session I’ll give you a 10 pointer checklist which can be used to mend your relationship. This will enable you to assess and adjust your current situation and rekindle that love affair. Mundane to Meaningful in No Time!! Session Info
  6. 6. Session Index • Wandering Eye • Fighting • Lack of Communication • Lying • Familiarity • Relationships & Partners • 10 Steps • #Ikigai • GT Consult @tracyvds
  7. 7. Relationships SO WHAT’S WRONG CUPCAKE?
  8. 8. Wandering eye Do you find yourself constantly attracted to other platforms, or even fantasizing about using other software? @tracyvds
  9. 9. Fighting Do you disagree about everything, with no common ground? @tracyvds
  10. 10. Lack of communication Have you stopped communicating and can’t seem to bridge the gaps? @tracyvds
  11. 11. Lying Do you tell lies about SharePoint to cover up your own insecurities / flaws? @tracyvds
  12. 12. Familiarity Do you miss how you felt the first time you opened your SharePoint Home Page? Are you tired of the same Look and Feel – month after month? 10 STEPS
  13. 13. Relationships SO WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH SHAREPOINT?
  14. 14. Relationship & Partners re·la·tion·ship [riˈlāSHənˌSHip] NOUN the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected: part·ner [ˈpärtnər] NOUN a person who takes part in an undertaking with another or others, especially in a business or company with shared risks and profits. com·mit·ment [kəˈmitmənt] NOUN the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.: @tracyvds
  15. 15. It’s not personal, it’s business IT IS PERSONAL IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PEOPLE … @tracyvds
  16. 16. Relationships Maybe it’s time to make that commitment and say… I D @tracyvds
  17. 17. So what now?
  18. 18. Relationships 10 STEPS
  19. 19. Relationships BEFORE WE DO THIS – LETS RECAP WHAT WE THINK IS WRONG.
  20. 20. 10 Steps 1. Understand the reasons behind the breakup 2. Renew the commitment 3. Forgiveness is important 4. Change yourself 5. Keep your promises 6. Communication is crucial 7. (re)Define the relationship 8. Keep the fire burning 9. Compatibility & Compromise 10. Growing Together
  21. 21. Understand the reasons behind the breakup ships @tracyvds Analysis Feedback Document findings Lessons learnt Procedures to prevent
  22. 22. Renew the commitment @tracyvds Make the decision Put the effort in
  23. 23. Forgiveness is important @tracyvds Forgive the people and the solution Don’t look back / move forward
  24. 24. Change yourself @tracyvds Skilled users make better decisions and less mistakes – time to ‘upgrade’ Set your goals, what do you want to achieve?
  25. 25. Keep your promises @tracyvds Manage the expectations and deliver what you say you will. Admit when you’re wrong Don’t “over-promise”
  26. 26. Communication is crucial @tracyvds Communicate your successes and failures, be honest, celebrate and give recognition where due Share the vision with users
  27. 27. Define the relationship @tracyvds Governance plan – document the connection, association, or involvement between all parties, manage the expectation. What are the roles and responsibilities?
  28. 28. Keep the fire burning @tracyvds Quick Wins Small iterative changes Roll out something small and exciting every month Newsletters Campaigns Community Forums
  29. 29. Compatibility & Compromise @tracyvds Is SharePoint not performing as it should due to external factors, are all the platforms / software used compatible? What can or should SharePoint NOT do? Can you reach a compromise?
  30. 30. Growing together @tracyvds No relationship starts out perfect. Perfection is achieved over time and with overtime Grow the maturity of your users while the maturity of the site grows
  31. 31. Relationships LETS RECAP THE 10 STEPS
  32. 32. 10 Steps 1. Understand the reasons behind the breakup 2. Renew the commitment 3. Forgiveness is important 4. Change yourself 5. Keep your promises 6. Communication is crucial 7. (re)Define the relationship 8. Keep the fire burning 9. Compatibility & Compromise 10. Growing Together
  33. 33. Relationships #ikigai
  34. 34. #Ikigai @tracyvds
  35. 35. #Ikigai @tracyvds Ikigai (生き甲斐, pronounced [ikiɡai]) is a Japanese concept meaning "a reason for being". Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, since it is believed that discovery of one's ikigai brings satisfaction and meaning to life.
  36. 36. DA PTaim  achieve  access  alter
  37. 37. Questions @tracyvds
  38. 38. CREDITS Veronique PALMER Carl STEIJN David RANDALL Quinton VENTER Bart DE VRIEZE Francois HUNTER Lucas VILJOEN Andre CHAPMAN Alistair PUGIN Bradley GELDENHUYS Dinah COETZER Jaco CAMPHER Wouter vd MERWE Thys FOURIE Kate ELPHICK Warren MARKS Craig TARR Palesa SIKWANE @tracyvds
  39. 39. Take Aways @tracyvds • Documentation • Communication • Upskill the people • Keep your finger on the pulse • Measure • Plan – do – check - act
  40. 40. SharePint – Have a Drink on Us @sps_events #SPSPlus, #SPSJHB, #SPSCPT, #SPSDBN Platinum Gold Silver
  41. 41. Questions Thank You

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