End-to-End SharePoint Service Delivery and Governance

Dan Holme

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Date: Nov 19, 2014 - 4:15 AM
Presenter: Dan Holme

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As organizations rely on SharePoint for business-critical content, collaboration, process management, and applications, it becomes critical to define the governance of service delivery, end-to-end, from the identification of a business need to the development, deployment, and maintenance of a service that addresses that objective. In this comprehensive discussion, SharePoint MVP Dan Holme brings together elements of respected management, project and development frameworks, informed by his experience with and lessons learned from thousands of IT professionals, managers, developers, end users and CIOs around the globe. Dan identifies the critical factors for successful governance and compliance, including vision, roles & responsibilities, accountability, measurability, process, and iteration. You come away with messages you can use to understand and communicate the role of SharePoint to your organization, an invaluable framework with which to translate requirements to design, guidance for avoiding requirement gathering spin-cycles, and an understanding of the strategic, cultural and procedural components of a successful SharePoint implementation.

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  • Useful blog post , Speaking of which if you are wanting a CA Form 275-321 , I encountered a sample version here or www.mdc.edu.
  • Dan you had a great example of a SharePoint site request form -- can you share that too?