The SharePoint Implementation ToolkitPrint this Page
May 3, 2012
May 3, 2012
The Sebel Surry Hills,
Ark Conferences Ltd
The technical aspects of a SharePoint implementation are trivial and carry little risk in comparison to the business aspects. Experience with organisations implementing SharePoint across a range of industries including Defence, Finance and Oil & Gas and global research into the barriers to the effective management of data, information and knowledge show that a range of business factors are crucial to project success.
This workshop will provide real examples of success and failure and deliver pragmatic advice and tools to increase the probability of success of a SharePoint implementation. You’ll learn how to:
Increase executive awareness of the importance of data, information and knowledge to the organisation and sponsorship of initiatives
Enforce business governance of information assets addressing responsibility, accountability and performance measurement
Justify investments incorporating business process and performance improvement as well as cost reduction, risk management and compliance
Implement business rather than IT driven initiatives
Improve leadership and management of information management initiatives and practices
Develop information management tools including Activities Maps, Information Assets Maps, Information Charts of Accounts, Security Models, Metadata Standards and Project Roadmaps
Ensure stakeholder engagement
Realise and recognising benefits
About your workshop leaders:
Nigel Hey is a Senior Consultant with Experience Matters with a wealth of experience with large organisations in ICT service delivery, ICT costing and performance modelling, data and information quality, enterprise information management strategy, enterprise content management, Enterprise Resource Planning implementations, process modelling, business benefits management and organisational change. Nigel’s industry experience includes Royal Australian Air Force, Air Services Australia, Queensland Health, Western Power and Santos.
James Price is the founder and Managing Director of Experience Matters, a firm that takes a position of global leadership in the business aspects of ICT implementations. He is the leader of a project conducting research on three continents into the barriers to the effective management of information assets. James presents nationally and internationally.
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