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Microsoft Sharepoint 2013: Planning for Adoption and Governanceby Geoff Evelyn
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Deliver a successful SharePoint solution to your organization
Take control of the complex requirements for delivering a SharePoint 2013 solution to your organization. Led by a SharePoint MVP specializing in SharePoint service delivery, you’ll learn proven methods to help you prepare for a smooth adoption and governance process throughout the enterprise. This guide is ideal for IT professionals, including service delivery managers, project and program managers, and business analysts.
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Take control of user adoption and governance processes in your next SharePoint 2013 deployment—whether it's a specific site or complete farm solution. Led by a SharePoint expert, you'll learn proven techniques and methods that will help you better manage the entire project lifecycle.
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About the Author
Geoff Evelyn is a Microsoft MVP for SharePoint. He is also a MCITP in SharePoint 2010 Administrator and holds an MCTS in SharePoint 2007 Configuration and Development. Geoff 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.
Table of Contents
IntroductionChapter 1: Aligning organizational goals and requirementsChapter 2: Defining the SharePoint solution scopeChapter 3: Planning SharePoint solution deliveryChapter 4: Preparing SharePoint solution User AdoptionChapter 5: Planning SharePoint GovernanceChapter 6: SharePoint delivery program considerationsChapter 7: Organizing SharePoint delivery resourcesChapter 8: Building a SharePoint service delivery modelChapter 9: Controlling the delivery programChapter 10: SharePoint customization impacting User AdoptionChapter 11: Managing workshops and closing the delivery programChapter 12: Maintaining the solutionAbout the author
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