Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Planning for Adoption and Governance Paperback – 30 Jun 2013
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About the Author
Geoff Evelyn is a SharePoint MVP focused on SharePoint service delivery and SharePoint Implementation. He is the author of Managing and Implementing Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Projects and coauthor of MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft Word Expert, Excel® Expert, Access®, and SharePoint.
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- Define the content of services clearly
- Define the roles and responsibilities of customers (those who pay for the services), users, and service providers clearly
- Set expectations of service quality, availability, and timeliness
- Sustain User Adoption and Governance
This is not a book that will teach you how SharePoint works or how you have to set up version control or add sites and libraries. The book wants to help people that need to roll-out SharePoint by asking them the right questions on how they want the users to learn and adopt SharePoint, how to set goals for your stakeholders and how to set up the correct Business processes and services to successfully implement a SharePoint solution in the organisation.
In my opinion, the book is written for SharePoint consultants who want an in-depth view on building a SharePoint delivery program for organisation or for organisations who want to bring SharePoint in and want to avoid the pitfalls on servicing it.
Because the topic is so diverse, the author doesn't get in too much detail on each chapter, which is good. He will introduce key questions and topics, and leaves room for different views, methods and processes.
It is a practical guide, written with a lot of how-to's and best practices on how to build a delivery program! The contents should also be made available as a course!
Personally, I love this book. It feels like it is written for me. A lot of SharePoint books are about how users can learn SharePoint. This one aims at people who need to implement it. The business focus makes it a must-read for all SharePoint Business and functional analysts. If you are a junior, just starting out in the SharePoint world, read this book!
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