I will be speaking in a few weeks at the SharePoint Best Practices Conference in San Diego. I wasn’t able to attend the last one in Washington DC due to schedule conflicts so I am looking forward to being part of this one. It promises to be a great event featuring some really top notch presenters and some great virtual friends of mine.
What is it?
This conference goes beyond the how-to’s of SharePoint and delves into real world issues facing successful SharePoint implementations. Learn how to:
- Make consistent, confident decisions at every level, across your enterprise.
- Break the cycle of avoidance, disagreement and ignorance that leads to subpar results.
- Eliminate design, deployment, organizational and administrative confusion.
- Apply effective SharePoint decision-making in any situation and in turn enhance enterprise communication, collaboration and efficiency – while significantly lowering cost.
- Replace disorder with clarity, direction and confidence.
Who should attend?
The conference sessions are divided into 6 tracks in order to accommodate topics for SharePoint professionals at every level:
- IT Pro
- Developers and Designers
- Information Worker
- Information Architect/Taxonomist
- Project Manager
- Chief Information Officer
My first session on Tuesday morning focuses on identifying the optimal method for collecting information from users based on your specific requirements. I find this can often be any area where those starting out at designing solutions might take a wrong turn and select the wrong product / method to suit their situation. Then I will be presenting again on Wednesday on a session geared around best practices for document management.
If you are attending, please drop me a line or a comment. It would be great to see you there! I also plan on having a few extra copies of our book to hand out while we are there since a lot of what I will cover has already been covered in there.