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SharePoint Governance 3.0

SharePoint Governance’ means a lot of different things to a lot of different people and for the most part they are all just a little bit wrong! This post is the start of the global re-education of what ‘SharePoint Governance’ really is!

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SharePoint Governance as a Hammer

With my background building and running project and product management organizations, I have some definite ideas about what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to SharePoint governance

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Yet another SharePoint governance article?

I'll be the first to admit it -- the vast majority of content out there on SharePoint governance is pure fluff...Q: Which comes first: project governance or SharePoint governance?

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SharePoint Governance - Overhyped and Not Understood

Instead, the implementation of SharePoint governance will surface systemic problems in the business itself

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I don't believe in "SharePoint governance"

But there's some truth there: "SharePoint governance" is more or less a tactical realization of your broader governance strategy...I don't believe in "SharePoint governance" but in enforcing governance within SharePoint

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SharePoint Governance: Putting Your Plan into Action

Previous posts: SharePoint Governance: How Much Does Your Organization Need and How to Enforce It The most daunting part of putting together a governance plan may be the step in which you actually attempt to implement it within your organization

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SharePoint Governance – buzz buzz buzz what to make of it

The buzz factor One particular area that the community is involved in is ‘SharePoint Governance&rsquo

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SharePoint Governance: What You Need to Know to Put a Plan Together

This is a guest post by Jeremy Thake, AvePoint Chief Architect and Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professional (MVP) (Note: This is part of our series “Collaborate with Confidence”. Previous posts: SharePoint Infrastructure Management: The Cost of Doing Business ...

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