Boston, Massachusetts

Enterprise Content Management on Office 365

Whether you’re coming from files on file shares and desktops or a traditional enterprise content management system, SharePoint on-premises or Online can tame the content hydra and make you feel like you’re in control of the process instead of being dragged along behind it. Learn all about the content management features in SharePoint, including those that have been in the platform for a dozen years and those that are new to the party. You’ll learn about advanced features like digital loss protection, records management, retention, eDiscovery, and more. We’ll also resolve any lingering concerns you may have about the ability for SharePoint to scale to address your needs and concerns about the ability to automate your processes.

Additional information coming soon!

Boston, Massachusetts

Simplifying SharePoint Security

Securing your SharePoint sites doesn’t need to be some black-box mystery or some mystic art practiced by monks. You can create security that works for your users’ needs, and you can troubleshoot security when you can’t figure out why people do – or don’t – have permission. Security is built on simple concepts – but on a lot of them. We’ll help you organize and understand what permissions do and don’t do so you can set and manage security in your sites.

Additional information coming soon!

Records, Retention, and Discovery with SharePoint

SharePoint has an array of options for retaining, discovering, and declaring content.  Records centers and in-place retention are both options.  With so many overlapping options and features, the problem is often how to determine which feature to use.  We’ll dispel the mystery of what you can and can’t do in SharePoint (including Online).  Learn how to create holds, how to declare records in SharePoint, and the protections afforded to documents in every scenario.

Additional information coming soon!

Supporting Course Creation with SharePoint

In this session, Robert Bogue, will take you behind the scenes of how they build courses using Office 365 / SharePoint Online.  He’ll walk you through what you can do out of the box to manage the flow of content through the creation process.  You’ll see how they build The SharePoint Shepherd’s Guide as an online productivity aid and book – from the same materials.  You’ll also see how they build courses for Microsoft, Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning, Pluralsight, RedVector, and more.  Leveraging metadata, office tools, and a few custom utilities they can build courses quicker while working with SharePoint.

Indianapolis, IN

Extinguish Burnout to Ignite Engagement

No one wants to dread coming into work. No one wants to work with Negative Nellie or Complaining Carl. Changing your attitude – and the attitude of your coworkers – isn’t hard once you know the secrets. Learn how to identify and resolve burnout in yourself and your coworkers.  Learn to love what you do, where you work, and even who you work with.

In the eyes of some of your colleagues, you see the fire of passion and engagement. You know that they’re going to make a change in the world, and you want that fire, too. You can have it. Harness that fire so you are driven to greatness – without becoming burnt up in the process.

In this session, you’ll learn how to reignite and control your fire, so that you can get things done without burning out.

San Diego, CA

Practicing Intelligent Information Management with Office 365 Roundtable

Managing information today means being in charge of multiple platforms. Even if you’ve standardized on Office 365, you still have multiple tools at your fingertips. In this roundtable, we will discuss the best way to leverage O365 capabilities to drive Intelligent Information Management.

Key Takeaways;
– Identify Office 365 products
– Understand information storage in Office 365
– Understand how to manage information in Office 365

SharePoint for Communicators: Content Management & Empowering Content Creation

For corporate and employee communications teams: a webinar to learn how to create, publish, and manage great content across multiple departments and publishers using SharePoint.

A how-to 60-minute webinar hosted by Toby Ward, founder of Prescient Digital Media and the Digital Workplace & Intranet Global Forum, and Robert Bogue, founder of Thor Projects, and author of the SharePoint Shepherd’s Guide for End Users.

You will learn:

  • Rules for creating intranet content
  • Empowering employees to create the RIGHT CONTENT
  • Dos and Don’ts for content management and SharePoint
  • Creating content controls including expiration and tagging

Presented by The Intranet Experts, Prescient Digital Media http://www.PrescientDigital.com

Indianapolis, IN

Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

We’ve all been there. We’ve felt burnt out. Perhaps we even feel burnt out today. If you’re not experiencing burnout, the odds are someone close to you is. In this interactive session, you’ll learn the drivers that cause and sustain burnout. You’ll discover simple techniques to make yourself and those around you more resilient to burnout and prevent it from happening in the first place. Pulling research and writings from many disciplines, we’ll help you learn what you can do — without much additional effort — to prevent and recover from burnout.

Additional details coming soon!

Indianapolis, IN

Conflict: De-escalation and Resolution

Conflict is everywhere, and it’s unavoidable. For many of us, it can be hard to admit that we’re not as good at effectively resolving conflict as we’d like to be. However, we have different tools at our disposal that help us navigate the waters of conflict – we just must figure out how to use them. Learn to identify the conditions that create conflict, the specific causes that trigger it, and the techniques for resolving conflict.

Conflict takes many forms, including the agitated employee or manager who must be redirected from the situation, helped to deescalate their anger, and finally gotten into a dialogue about how to solve the problem. In this session, we’ll address the full range of conflicts from the critical to the chronic and what to do about each of them to reach understanding – even if agreement isn’t possible.

Additional details coming soon!

Indianapolis, IN

How to Make the Right Messes

In information architecture we like to believe that we eliminate messes. The reality is that we just get to choose our messes. The trick is how to make the right choices so we end up with the right messes. That is we end up with messes that we can manage. In this session, we’ll look at the great conflicts and talk through why you might land on one side or the other. Folders vs. Metadata. Shallow-Many and Deep-Few options. Along the way we’ll dispel some deeply held beliefs that aren’t supported by science. We’ll draw from other disciplines to inform how we approach problems, and figure out how to make sure we’re making the right messes.

Additional information coming soon!