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Have you ever wished you could sit down with a leading SharePoint industry expert to discuss solutions for your unique SharePoint implementation challenges? Now's your opportunity! Sign up for this pre-conference workshop and you will be mentored by leading SharePoint project management expert and thought leader, Dux Raymond Sy, managing partner of Innovative-e and author of SharePoint for Project Management. To help you reach your organizational goals, this unique workshop is:
Learn practical techniques that you can apply immediately to your SharePoint projects. You will also receive artifacts and templates, including project schedules, checklists, requirements documents, design documents, and business case documents.
• Hands-On and Interactive
Interact and network with fellow decision makers, project managers, business analysts, consultants and those responsible for the implementation of SharePoint at their organization through breakout group activities. The workshop also includes hands-on, real-world SharePoint group project implementation challenges to give you the experience and training you need to address your organization's unique challenges.
Fundamental knowledge and experience of Project Management and familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Office and SharePoint is assumed.
We will do a deep dive into how to get the most out of native SharePoint 2010 and 2007 with the question: what's in it for the end-user? Do you need third party add-ons or is there enough out of the box functionality?
There will be hands-on best practices with guaranteed take-aways that you can bring back to your enterprise and start driving adoption. UI and UX will also be discussed in this half day workshop.
If you've been meaning to learn jQuery but haven't found the time, come to this introductory session where we'll cover all of the important basics of jQuery in a SharePoint context. By the end of the workshop, you'll be ready to start adding jQuery customizations to your SharePoint pages.
We'll cover Selectors, Traversing, Manipulation, Events and Effects as I cover in my article series at SharePoint Magazine.
People are complex. SharePoint is complex. Add the two together and you get some of the most challenging, difficult, and stressful situations, especially if you are responsible for facilitating shared understanding between them.
Join SharePoint Specialist Richard Harbridge to learn about actionable techniques to improve, simplify and amplify your Business Analysis and Information Architecture efforts with SharePoint. Walk away with improved confidence when dealing with business and non-technical related challenges of SharePoint, and be familiarized with effective tools and techniques that make SharePoint implementations more successful.
A few of the topics we will discuss:
• Objective Definition, Solution Definition
• Objective and Solution Mapping
• Requirements Definition and Mapping
• How to Gather and Map Requirements to SharePoint Solutions
• Visualizing and Communicating (Difficult) SharePoint Concepts
• How To Perform Document Inventory Workshops
• Understanding and Communicating Effective Metadata and Navigation Workshops
• Better Taxonomy Workshops
• Effective Wire-framing and Wire-framing Workshops
• Simplifying Workflow and Process Mapping/Development
• Information Architecture Tips and Tricks
What is your personal brand and how can you use all the social media tools to brand and make yourself invaluable to your employer and to your clients?
We will cover everything from Facebook, Linked In, Google+, Twitter, blogs, YouTube, and depending upon the size of the group, provide hands on training and start the re-branding process.
Learn how to build list-driven navigation for a SharePoint site using jQuery, jQueryUI, and SPServices. In this workshop, we will build a solution which allows your site administrator to easily maintain a navigation structure for the home page of the site.
The solution will allow for easy link management and item reordering using a drag and drop interface. We will also look at how you can add custom styling and graphic elements to the navigation using custom markup and CSS.
25th–27th June 2012