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Memories

Funny thing about memories. They tend to distort some details while being eerily accurate on others. For example, when I look back at the early stages of my career, I perceive myself as significantly dumber than I am now. But every now and then I get a glimpse of who I was through a semi...

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How to kill innovation in SharePoint, in five easy steps

The end result, however, is fairly consistent: poor end user adoption...gives you an ongoing view into how your system is being used, allowing you to refine and improve and (back to that end user adoption concept) anticipate changing needs

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Collaboration through Gamification

In a presentation to the Finland SharePoint User Group, Jussi Mori ( @JussiMori ) of Peaches Industries outlined some of the issues surrounding end user adoption and productivity on any collaborative environment, and introduced some of the concepts around gamification as a path to improving both

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User-Generated Taxonomies Will Make or Break SharePoint

But without active management of user-generated folksonomies, the search experience can become bloated and unreliable, affecting end user adoption

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ECM and Records Management System Design Issues Impacting End-User Change

The suggested approaches have the objective of minimizing end-user impact to create a user-friendly system that will remove change barriers and greatly increase sustained end-user adoption

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Reduce Your Requirements

One of my favorite questions is: by show of hands, does anyone have an end user adoption issue?

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The Role of the Business Analyst in SharePoint

I would venture that a lack of understanding of key business processes, and the gaps between what SharePoint provides out-of-the-box and what it is capable of doing is at the heart of most end user adoption issues

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Don't Screw Up Your Gamification Strategy

" Rajat Paharia, founder of Bunchball (via SDTimes.com) Gamification is a fascinating topic amongst collaboration and intranet specialists, as it promises to help solve some issues surrounding end user adoption and engagement -- a critical factor in the success of any collaboration platform

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