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Many successful project managers are beginning to utilize Microsoft SharePoint to drive their projects and operational initiatives. SharePoint Server provides teams with a centralized location for project information and facilitates collaboration between project team members. The intention of this book is to provide a working case study that you can follow to create a complete PMIS (project management information system) with SharePoint Server's out-of-the-box functionality. Utilize SharePoint's out-of-the-box features to create a complete PMIS. Learn by using a hand-on approach that leads the reader step-by-step through the process of creating a working system. Leverage SharePoint's powerful features to provide workspaces, detailed reports, and data to project stakeholders, sponsors, and team members. What You'll learn Understand and identify the difference between the available versions of SharePoint Server. These include Windows SharePoint Server, and SharePoint Server Standard and Enterprise Editions; also understand the newly introduced features in SharePoint 2010. Learn which version will best meet your organization's needs and budget. Explore many of the concepts and best practices relating to SharePoint's hierarchy and security infrastructure. Learn how to create a site structure that supports your initiatives while understanding the concepts of security groups and permission levels as they might relate to your project. Utilize SharePoint lists and libraries to manage and organize project information. Learn not only how to use the templates that are included with SharePoint, but also how to create lists and libraries to suit your specific needs. Reduce the amount of project-related paperwork by leveraging the power of InfoPath and SharePoint Server for data collection. Learn how to create digital forms for common tasks, such as team member status and expense reports. Automate project tasks by using SharePoint's workflow system. Learn to use SharePoint's built-in workflows, as well as how to create custom workflows with Microsoft's SharePoint Designer. Report on your project's progress by utilizing SharePoint's powerful business intelligence features. Learn how to use Microsoft Excel and SharePoint's key performance indicators to create digital dashboards that keep project stakeholders and sponsors informed. Use SharePoint's collaborative features such as wikis, blogs, and meeting workspaces to allow team members to collaborate and interact efficiently. Understand how to identify when each tool might be appropriate for your individual needs. Who this book is for

This book is intended for project managers and IT professionals that would like to leverage Microsoft's SharePoint technologies to help manage projects within their organization.

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Many successful Project Managers are beginning to utilize Microsoft SharePoint to drive their projects and operational initiatives. SharePoint Server provides teams a centralized location for project information and facilitates collaboration between project team members. The intention of this book is to provide a working case study you can follow to create a complete PMIS (Project Management Information System) with SharePoint Servera (TM)s out-of-the-box functionality.

Synopsis:

Many successful project managers are beginning to utilize Microsoft SharePoint to drive their projects and operational initiatives. SharePoint Server provides teams with a centralized location for project information and facilitates collaboration between project team members. The intention of this book is to provide a hands-on case study that you can follow to create a complete project management information system (PMIS) using SharePoint Server 2010.

What you?ll learn Create custom lists and content types Handle incoming emails Use web parts to customize your SharePoint portal Implement key performance indicators (KPIs) Integrate Excel charting capability Build a state machine workflow Create custom forms using InfoPath Develop a simple approach for prioritizing requirements Provide tools for managing agile development (sprints, backlog, burn down, etc.) Communicate development and testing metrics Who this book is for

This book is intended primarily for project managers and IT professionals that would like to leverage Microsoft's SharePoint technologies to help manage projects within their organization. Also, developers who are responsible for implementing a PMIS will find this book invaluable. Most of the projects presented in this book can be implemented without writing any code. Table of Contents Introduction Collecting Requirements Processing Incoming E-mail Managing Requirements Supporting Discussions User Stories Project Backlog Iteration Backlog Burndown Charts Getting Organized Creating Test Cases Reporting Defects Testing Metrics Workflow Tasks State Machine Workflows Creating Custom Forms

Product Details

ISBN:
9781430228295
Author:
Collins, Mark J.
Publisher:
Apress
Author:
Weinstein, Mark
Author:
Weinstein
Author:
Collins, Mark
Subject:
Software Development & Engineering - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Desktop Applications - Project Management Software
Subject:
Software Engineering-Project Management
Edition Description:
New
Publication Date:
20101231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
400

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"Synopsis" by , Many successful Project Managers are beginning to utilize Microsoft SharePoint to drive their projects and operational initiatives. SharePoint Server provides teams a centralized location for project information and facilitates collaboration between project team members. The intention of this book is to provide a working case study you can follow to create a complete PMIS (Project Management Information System) with SharePoint Servera (TM)s out-of-the-box functionality.
"Synopsis" by , Many successful project managers are beginning to utilize Microsoft SharePoint to drive their projects and operational initiatives. SharePoint Server provides teams with a centralized location for project information and facilitates collaboration between project team members. The intention of this book is to provide a hands-on case study that you can follow to create a complete project management information system (PMIS) using SharePoint Server 2010.

What you?ll learn Create custom lists and content types Handle incoming emails Use web parts to customize your SharePoint portal Implement key performance indicators (KPIs) Integrate Excel charting capability Build a state machine workflow Create custom forms using InfoPath Develop a simple approach for prioritizing requirements Provide tools for managing agile development (sprints, backlog, burn down, etc.) Communicate development and testing metrics Who this book is for

This book is intended primarily for project managers and IT professionals that would like to leverage Microsoft's SharePoint technologies to help manage projects within their organization. Also, developers who are responsible for implementing a PMIS will find this book invaluable. Most of the projects presented in this book can be implemented without writing any code. Table of Contents Introduction Collecting Requirements Processing Incoming E-mail Managing Requirements Supporting Discussions User Stories Project Backlog Iteration Backlog Burndown Charts Getting Organized Creating Test Cases Reporting Defects Testing Metrics Workflow Tasks State Machine Workflows Creating Custom Forms

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