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SharePoint Governance and Information Architecture Master Class in London

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Categories:MOSS; WSS; 2007; 2010; Workshop - Live; Workshop - Online; Governance; General Knowledge

Paul CulmseeGovernance is one of those things people talk about all the time but can't figure out how to get started. Paul Culmsee and Andrew Woodward from 21Apps are planning to do something about that.

They have created a new workshop: SharePoint Governance and Information Architecture Master Class.

Paul and Andrew are seasoned veterans who will walk you through the minefields and get you started on implementing a governance program. After reading the complete details, use this promotion code (EUSP) to get a special EUSP discount for the two day session.

This is live, in person training in London, November 22 - 23rd, 2010. Hope to see you there. -- Mark

Agenda

SharePoint Governance f-Laws 1-17    
Why users don’t know what they want    
The danger of the platitude    
Why IT doesn’t get it    
The adaptive challenge - how to govern SharePoint for the hidden organisation    
The true forces of organisational chaos    
Wicked problems and how to spot them    
The myth of best practices and how to determine when a “practice” is really best
The Shared Understanding Toolkit – part 1:    
The blind spot - “What and why” governance Tools
The Shared Understanding Toolkit – part 2:    
“Who and How” governance Tools
Trends in the information landscape and Information Architecture lessons learned
The four facets of collaboration
Key SharePoint challenges for information architecture
Putting it all together: From vision to execution

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