SharePoint Adoption Tactics - SPSPhilly


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SharePoint adoption is a very tricky subject. The best planned and designed SharePoint portals can fail if users don’t adopt to SharePoint. Gartner surveys say that more than 50% of SharePoint implementations fail due to poor user adoption. With millions of dollars spent each year on SharePoint deployments, this becomes quite significant. SharePoint adoption starts with proper planning, implementation and governance. In order to have sustained user engagement, new techniques like gamification are also emerging. This session will focus on all these aspects and will provide the attendees ideas and tools to implement for their SharePoint portal. Attendees will be presented with the challenges currently being faced with SharePoint deployments centered around adoption, best practices around planning and governance will be discussed, and ideas for SharePoint gamificaiton will also be presented.

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SharePoint Adoption Tactics - SPSPhilly

  1. 1. Adoption Tactics; Why Your End Users Will Rant & Rave Over SharePoint 2013 Gina Montgomery, P-TSP, MCTS, MCP #spsPhilly
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  3. 3. SharePoint User Group • SharePoint • End Users • Administrators • Architects • Developers • IT Pros • Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of the month, Microsoft Malvern, 5:30-8 pm WEB: EMAIL: TWITTER: @tristateSP
  4. 4. Gina Montgomery
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  7. 7. If you build it, will they come?
  8. 8. Governance People Technology Process Policy
  9. 9. What to Consider: Description Site Management Can site owners change the “Look & Feel” of a Site? Are they controlled? Are they managed by the IA? Unused Sites What happens to unused sites? What rules can be set up to manage unused sites? Site Templates Are there site templates available? Who has access to them? How can they be used? Site Requests How do users request for a site? Is self-service an option? App Catalog/App Store Will your users/admins/owners have access to the app store? Will you provide your team with an internal app catalog? What apps should be allowed for download? Communities Management Who will oversee/monitor SharePoint Community Sites? What kind of gifted badges should be created? Should they be consistent across Community Sites? What categories will be allowed? Social Policy & Strategy To Newsfeed or not to Newsfeed. What about Yammer? What’s appropriate vs. not appropriate?
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