Posts Tagged "User Adoption"
With this post, I would like to answer the question that I get quite often from my clients and loyal blog followers: Is SharePoint Training really necessary? This is a valid question and not without merit. So let’s dive into this and answer it together. Full disclosure first, I provide SharePoint Training for a living. So I will try to be as… keep reading >
As a SharePoint consultant, I mostly focus on small and medium-sized organizations. However, over the last year, I had a chance to consult for and help implement SharePoint in some really large organizations: a large medical device manufacturer, a university and an engineering company. So with this post, I would like to share my observations as well as share some tips and… keep reading >
In my blog posts, I usually tell you how and what to do with SharePoint. In this post, I would like to tell you what not to do with SharePoint. You should never create any SharePoint training manuals! I had an interesting conversation with the client the other day. They asked me to develop all sorts of manuals and step by step guides… keep reading >
I get emails like this all the time. “Greg, I love SharePoint and Office 365, but I have a hard time convincing our leadership, they have lots of concerns about usability and security and think we still need to stay on premises or keep using our in-house file share. I have given all sorts of presentations, and they are all very stubborn… keep reading >
I see this happening over and over and can’t resist the urge to speak up again on the topic. I see many companies and even potential clients of mine developing 50-page business requirements documents for SharePoint, where they list every single wish list item, feature, and functionality they want to see in their new Intranet, from the number of sites to the number… keep reading >
I hear this over and over again. Every once in a while, I get an email from a distraught blog follower complaining and telling me that SharePoint Implementation failed miserably in their organization. The most common culprit – “@#$% SharePoint.” The reality is – it is not SharePoint, but rather other reasons that have nothing to do with the application itself. While… keep reading >
Most Popular Tags
Learn how to come up, create and set up metadata as well as company-wide taxonomy
A mix of best practices related to implementation and configuration of SharePoint
Everything related to security and permissions of SharePoint
Tips and tricks to improve SharePoint and Office 365 user adoption
Need SharePoint Help?
Hourly consulting, training and configuration services are availableLearn More