Finding the RIGHT first project (aka solving the SharePoint “bad hair day”)

I wholeheartedly agree with Sarah; she has some great advice to share with you on user adoption.

Sarah Haase

Bad hair dayIf your SharePoint implementation is the equivalent of a bad hair day, listen up. You are not a lost cause. It is not too late to make a (new) first impression.

You are going to have to make some changes, though. You may need stronger IT support or a new executive sponsor. You may need to start planning your SharePoint upgrade or shore up the performance of your existing farm. And if you don’t have end-users banging on doors wondering how they can learn more (and do more) with SharePoint, you need a better plan for driving user adoption.

Too many SharePoint owners ignore user adoption, bequeath it unicorn status (making adoption the stuff of urban myth) or decide that mandating adoption is the way to go. Here’s the bottom line: User adoption is not a decree. You cannot wish it into being, legislate its growth or assume that an investment…

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2 Responses to Finding the RIGHT first project (aka solving the SharePoint “bad hair day”)

  1. Me neither, Sarah has a way with words. 🙂

    Like

  2. Roger says:

    Nice way of putting it, never really compared it to a bad hair day before but i know exactly what you mean. 🙂

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