Boston, MA

SharePoint Knowledge Management

SharePoint is an ideal platform for Knowledge Management – but what is knowledge management and why does it matter for your organization? We’ll start with a brief review of why knowledge management is important and explore techniques to help you integrate knowledge capture into your processes.

Boston, MA

SharePoint: Zero to Professional in a Day

You’re new – or newish – to SharePoint but you have to get up to speed and running quickly. In this session we’ll move quickly through the basics of SharePoint including navigation and search through the skills to view and edit data quickly and easily. We’ll end by teaching you how to create your own business solutions with SharePoint. Along the way we’ll help you learn how to make tough decisions on what SharePoint features you should use and when.

San Diego, CA

Five Lessons from Less-than-Successful Intranets

In this session we’ll (anonymously) explore lessons learned by organizations who were trying to create their intranet portal and didn’t achieve the success they wanted. From 15 years of Intranet deployments, we’ll walk through the most common and most impactful gaps. From ensuring everyone is on the same page before you start to supporting the growth after it’s launched, we’ll step through where things can go wrong no matter what step of the process you’re in.

Columbus, OH

Bringing the Users with You – SharePoint 2013 Adoption and Engagement

User adoption has always been a challenge with SharePoint. Some users and some departments see the value and jump onboard while other groups seem to ignore the power of the platform and blindly carry on business as usual without it. In this session you’ll learn how to get all of your users to understand the value and how to create a “home team” advantage when selling the upgrade to your organization. We’ll explain what makes users hesitant and what you can do to help move them along.

Columbus, OH

SharePoint Development Lifecycle for Solutions and Apps

SharePoint has always had a different software development lifecycle than traditional apps. The fact that SharePoint solutions are composited from configuration of the site plus code has given us a different set of approaches to creating solutions based on SharePoint. Apps create a new set of challenges with client secrets and fixed provider URLs. In this session you’ll learn some practical approaches, techniques, and tools for building solutions built on SharePoint – whether you’re building SharePoint Solutions or SharePoint Apps. Here we’ll talk about the approaches to development, QA, and production environments and how to make the process work

Rotary International

The Noblesville Midday Rotary Club

“Resolving Conflict for Professionals” 1. Explain the concept of emotional intelligence, including self monitoring and control, as well as social awareness and relationship management. 2. Explain natural and unnatural conflict and how conflict isn’t bad. 3. Break apart the differing value systems. 4. Discuss communication styles and specific language tools. 5. Discuss creating solutions for conflict. 6. Help from other areas of psychology.

Rotary International

Noblesville Rotary Club

“Resolving Conflict for Professionals” 1. Explain the concept of emotional intelligence, including self monitoring and control, as well as social awareness and relationship management. 2. Explain natural and unnatural conflict and how conflict isn’t bad. 3. Break apart the differing value systems. 4. Discuss communication styles and specific language tools. 5. Discuss creating solutions for conflict. 6. Help from other areas of psychology.

Rotary International

Fishers Rotary Club

“Resolving Conflict for Professionals” 1. Explain the concept of emotional intelligence, including self monitoring and control, as well as social awareness and relationship management. 2. Explain natural and unnatural conflict and how conflict isn’t bad. 3. Break apart the differing value systems. 4. Discuss communication styles and specific language tools. 5. Discuss creating solutions for conflict. 6. Help from other areas of psychology.

Rotary International

Rotary Club of Westfield

“Resolving Conflict for Professionals” 1. Explain the concept of emotional intelligence, including self monitoring and control, as well as social awareness and relationship management. 2. Explain natural and unnatural conflict and how conflict isn’t bad. 3. Break apart the differing value systems. 4. Discuss communication styles and specific language tools. 5. Discuss creating solutions for conflict. 6. Help from other areas of psychology.