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We're Still Failing 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: un-planned, under-developed and un-loved - but not un-popular

So when we asked, “What are your three biggest on-going business issues with your SharePoint system,” #1, given by 46% or respondents, is the lack of expertise to maximize its usefulness, closely followed at #2 by the lack of strategic plans on what to use it for and what not to – hence the “unplanned and under-developed” title to this piece

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It's about business productivity, not server maintenance

To do this successfully, companies will need to learn from the observations above, building out (i.e. properly staffing and growing) your SharePoint expertise, and doing the detailed planning that SharePoint requires

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SharePoint: A Point of Confusion

If you are not sure of what to do or how to begin, seek expertise from a consultant or training that will help clarify and guide you on how to identify business requirements, build taxonomies and formulate a metadata strategy that is focused on SharePoint

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Selecting the Right SharePoint Consulting Firm: Comparing Apples to Apples, or Apples to Oranges

The Clients Perspective I don't envy the client situation when going out to select a SharePoint Consulting partner to take on this task and there can be the route for which they do their own due diligence and come up with a list of 3 or 4 of the top firms in the US with 300 or 400+ or more of these projects under their belt or depending on the organization, put out an RFP and let the masses try and prove their prowess or expertise

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Best Practices for SharePoint Cultural Change Management - From the SharePoint Consulting Trenches

Expertise. Those who possess technical expertise or hard-to-find skills typically are people who are in a position to influence the opinions and behavior of others. This is because others need to rely on their expertise or skills to accomplish their own goals and objectives

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My Sites & Communities: System Architecture Deep-Dive in Office 365 & SharePoint 2013

The more information you fill in, such as your expertise, the more relevant SharePoint search will be able to recommend you to other in the organization who may be looking for assistance with your subject matter expertise

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SharePoint Saturday UK 2012 Review & Low-Tech Social Network Analysis!

· The passion, knowledge and expertise at SPSUK was phenomenal · People’s connection-context included poked, hugged, married, worked with, twitter, know, Vegas, seen with, following, user group, beer, shared interests, met doing the activity, at the same sessions, want to work with, work at the same country and lots I’ve probably missed · There was a wonderfully rich mix of seriousness, fun, digs and requests to connect · We had the full range of SharePoint-types participate · There’s still a huge amount of the community that I just don’t know, feel free to reach out and connect to me!

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