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A very valuable review as we head towards SharePoint 2013

Thank-you once again AIIM for your effort and accuracy in helping the broader world of information managers see the Big Picture around SharePoint. Of course this thanks is directed towards David Jones and team for the AIIM survey: The SharePoint Puzzle , just recently published

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Why SharePoint Is Falling In Love With AIIM

All of those information workers that are now a part of the SharePoint community have always had a consistent source, the source of ECM best practices since 1943: AIIM

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SharePoint Fest... The name says it all

Of course you shouldn’t just take my word for it, check out this recent survey outlined in Channel Insider magazine that states only 8% of organizations have actually deployed 2010

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We're Still Failing At Implementing SharePoint

AIIM’s most recent research report on SharePoint found that 60% of SharePoint projects are stalled, struggling or failing, we really need to take some time to reflect upon why companies are failing so miserably at implementing SharePoint. In the AIIM report, after determining that 60% of SharePoint projects are stalled, struggling or failing it goes on to show where companies are receiving advice on their SharePoint implementations, a telling and corresponding set of statistics: Between “In house - internal expertise (ONLY)” and “External Training” we make up just over 50%

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SharePoint: A Point of Confusion

Recent AIIM Research reveals that the rapid adoption rate for SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations regarding their future strategy for information management,particularly those with existing and established ECM (Enterprise Content Management), RM (Records Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) systems

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Employee Engagement Should Be a Social Business Goal

Surveys have shown, Eppel points out, “that organizations that have a focus on engagement and empowering employees have about 26% higher productivity per employee and about 13% more shareholder value gets returned for the company than companies that don’t focus on that

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Driving End User Adoption in SharePoint - SharePoint's Purpose is to Increase Your Productivity

” Think about training & communication plans Migration & upgrade planning Drive & reward desired changes in behavior Have a feedback loop – formal (surveys) & informal Internal marketing & case studies Then lets mix in some critical factors for success: Factor time in for training End users, IT administrators, developers, support, designers, authors, contributors Not a 1 time event Develop a communication plan Internal user groups & champions Think about process & role changes First phase will take the longest Plan for regular releases to add value (e.g. quarterly updates) after initial release If we take a step back and think of some core requirements for a successful Phase 1 SharePoint deployment there are: Look & feel with usability is important but very much overlooked Tackle governance, migration planning & information architecture – lay the foundation for future phases Team sites, templates, collaboration, documents, workflow, web parts, content types, metadata, social features (tagging, rating, wikis, blogs, etc.)

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