Synopses & Reviews
SharePoint 2010 has introduced dozens of new feature sets and methodologies that require professional skills to leverage effectively, adding to the already difficult task of staffing the right SharePoint professional for a job. With a product so big, and a platform so large, it's difficult to target which professionals should complete key deliverables day-in and day-out from every key perspective.? SharePoint 2010 Business Roles delivers in-depth insights on exactly how SharePoint 2010 impacts the SharePoint administrator, developer, project manager, business analyst, and executive roles, and how these changes manifest themselves within SharePoint project deliverables both today and tomorrow?and most importantly, how to identify and secure the appropriate personnel for those roles in today's world. What you?ll learn Author Shadeed Eleazer analyzes SharePoint 2010 and the role of every person interacting with the system, showing: How enterprise social networking features mesh with SharePoint How features such as the Outlook Connector, MySite enhancements, social tagging, metadata and more change the definition of professional roles How the executive decision maker role has become increasingly important How to reason with decision makers, knowing they're more prominent than ever in influencing adoption rates within an enterprise How the business analyst has emerged as a technical contributor with the release of Visual Workflow Design in Visio 2010 and Business Connectivity Services How SharePoint's ability to easily expose line-of-business data transforms the analyst from number cruncher to business interpreter How Office 365 and cloud computing's emergence affect organizations that run SharePoint How to find a fit for the roles and responsibilities of IT professionals in response to the cloud Who this book is for
SharePoint 2010 Business Roles is a critical resource for practice leads who need to evaluate quality SharePoint human talent, recruiters who screen professionals for hiring clients, and any other person tasked with evaluating product skills and professional development in an industry landscape that sees sustained heavy SharePoint adoption globally.