According to Microsoft market research, 78% of Fortune 500 companies use SharePoint. Every day for the past five years, 20,000 employees have become SharePoint users. 1 in 5 knowledge workers has access to SharePoint.
Most users view SharePoint as nothing more than a glorified network. They don't understand how SharePoint can make doing business much faster and easier. That's the big reason workers don't use corporate SharePoint platforms to the fullest.
Yes, training is a critical component that yields better adoption. But it is not enough. To make the most of your SharePoint, it is vital that your users exploit SharePoint's powerful versatility to the maximum in their day-to day work. That is the one crucial key to excitement, organizational buy-in and adoption.
Join SharePoint thought leader and MVP Dux Raymond Sy, managing partner of Innovative-e and author of SharePoint for Project Management, as he reveals proven SharePoint techniques and mentors you on how to get long-term SharePoint adoption in your organization.
In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to:
Excite and inspire users to automatically turn to SharePoint to get their daily work done
Tailor SharePoint capabilities to your unique business needs to solve the toughest business problems
Identify SharePoint training needs and delivery mechanisms
Implement gamification techniques as a learning strategy to encourage SharePoint usage
Groom champions within your executive ranks who will promote the business benefits of SharePoint
Build a SharePoint support staff for on-demand learning, knowledge sharing and higher-level technical assistance
Create a 12-month phased-adoption of SharePoint that boosts change, empowers users and enables knowledge sharing
Don't miss this opportunity to be mentored by Dux! He has helped organizations worldwide get sustained SharePoint adoption.
Attendees of this workshop will receive:
Checklists and templates
A sustainable SharePoint adoption roadmap
6 Professional Development Units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute (PMI)