Review these steps to make sure your implementation meets your objectives and keeps all those involved happy as it evolves.
Sometimes it’s not the things you do that cause problems, but what you forget to do.
Miss a utility bill, and you might be trying to read in the dark. Miss a car payment, and you could end up walking to work.
Here are seven elements that, if missed, might doom your SharePoint implementation.
Define the goal
Sometimes we get so engrossed in our activities and projects that we forget to look at the horizon and set goals. It’s all too easy to succumb to the pressures of the daily deluge of information and just keep plodding along; however, that makes it difficult to define goals.
In implementing SharePoint, are you trying to get communications out quicker? Are you trying to increase the number of stories or reduce email? I’m sure you’d like all of these results, but what do you want—or need—most? You should remember the broader picture of why you’re putting forth any communication: Is it to improve employee engagement and/or efficiency?