I will in Europe for the first couple of weeks of October, presenting public and private workshops in various cities. You can see my current schedule which includes Poland, Switzerland, Netherlands, and now London. On Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 October, I will be in London to present […]
Earlier in the year Angela presented a talk on adoption strategies for new collaboration tools. The slides and video are available on the UC Insight site. You’ve been given the job of making things happen in your collaboration initiative – driving adoption and putting in place the practical […]
Notes on “Deployment of SharePoint 2013 document, records and collaboration solution at AUT” (Alan Marshall, Stephen McWilliams, Shelley Tasele)
Day two of the New Zealand SharePoint Conference is starting. The first session for me today is a case study from AUT University. Some notes: – Alan is a Senior Consultant at Provoke. Shelley is the Technology & Resources Manager at the Faculty of Business and Law at […]
In the third to final session time of the Australian conference (and the second to last for me, as I have a flight to catch), Mark Allison from Webtrends is talking about employee engagement and user adoption. Some notes: – Webtrends have been in business for 20 years. […]
Darrell Webster is talking about Office 365, user adoption, and WIIFM. Darrell is an enthusiast for Office 365 from a user perspective, works at ShareThePoint in New Zealand, and blogs at webster.net.nz. Key ideas: – Darrell saw a great need for training people how to use the tools. […]
Notes on “Making Sure That The SharePoint Solutions Your Team Has Created Don’t Go to Waste” (Lou Zulli, Jr)
Lou from the United States (Lakewood High School) is presenting on making sure your SharePoint solutions don’t go to waste. The aim is to improve user adoption of SharePoint solutions. I missed the beginning of the session – which was about creating a shared vision. The points I […]
Mingling isn’t a business outcome. Good on employees for saying no.
George writes about a recent incident at JFK where his standard carry-on luggage was rejected as being “too large” under new “FAA regulations” … “Just before actually getting to the TSA agent’s podium, a red-jacketed person (who I believe was hired by American Airlines as a subcontractor but […]
In late May I will be in Sydney to speak at and present a workshop at Collective 2014. While in town, I will be presenting a separate session at the Amplify Festival: “What Do People Care About? What Do They Share? The demand for ideas about improving user […]
A customer who recently purchased a copy of User Adoption Strategies (2012) wrote earlier today asking about training budgets for SharePoint projects. Here’s my thoughts. What’s your experience?