So your organization has SharePoint and executes lots of projects. How do you combine the two, maximize your SharePoint investment and manage projects in SharePoint? This happens to be one of my favorite topics as not only I love SharePoint and passionate about it, but I also happen to be a project manager. As a matter of fact, I spent 10+ years in Project Management and am a PMP certified by Project Management Institute.
How to manage projects in SharePoint?
Previously, I have written a blog post with detailed instructions on “How to create a Project Site in SharePoint“. However, dedicated Project or Team site is not the only option and there are other ways available when you need collaboration among multiple project & team members. As such, I have prepared these slides to demonstrate the 3 available ways that will allow you to manage project in SharePoint. Each way is unique, depending on what you need to manage/track + to what extent. Enjoy! Hope you will find this useful.
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