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The Secret Sauce to SharePoint User Adoption

By |2017-05-23T10:37:03-06:00September 17th, 2015|SharePoint Adoption|

It takes all kinds of skills to successfully design, develop, and launch a SharePoint solution:  Sponsors, Project Managers, Web Designers, Developers, Information Architects, Change Agents and Subject Matter Experts, just to name a few.  But what if I told you that to truly get sustainable adoption of that SharePoint solution, [...]

How Expressworks Consultants Guide Corporations Through SharePoint Adoption

By |2017-03-05T20:07:45-07:00August 31st, 2015|IT Strategy & Implementation, Operational & Process Improvement, Organizational Change Capacity, SharePoint Adoption|

Expressworks consultants have one goal: Take the pain points out of the sometimes-perplexing SharePoint. “We’re the people side of SharePoint. We focus on SharePoint adoption,” said Expressworks Change Management Consultant Liz Jagla. “How do you get the value out of the solution you’ve deployed? And that actually starts from the [...]

Office 365 Groups?? PAAAAAAARTY!!! (by the rules)

By |2017-05-23T10:35:16-06:00June 16th, 2015|IT Strategy & Implementation, Operational & Process Improvement, SharePoint Adoption|

Warning: this post compares governance to partying… proceed at your own risk! As expected, Microsoft had several exciting announcements at Ignite, including unveiling their evolving Office 365 Groups capability. Groups shift the focal point of sites from a physical “town square” metaphor – where everyone gathers around a central piazza [...]

Sink The Boats And Burn The Bridges!

By |2017-05-23T10:31:49-06:00April 7th, 2014|SharePoint Adoption|

It’s a centuries-old lesson. Be it to compel loyalty to the cause, force a confrontation, or show confidence in the path forward, military leaders have been known to scuttle ships and destroy bridges to make retreat impossible. While not nearly as historic as Alexander the Great or Hernán Cortés, we [...]

You Can’t Adopt SharePoint

By |2017-05-23T10:32:45-06:00March 27th, 2014|SharePoint Adoption|

Much has been written about adopting SharePoint as a collaboration tool, a workflow engine, a communication vehicle. Countless slides have been written, training and coaching sessions offered, and Power Users designated. But in the end, these campaigns fail if they focus on SharePoint the platform, instead of how SharePoint is [...]

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