The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. Engagement not only ensures quality content, but ongoing use helps to uncover new opportunities to improve productivity and processes by implementing new sites and apps. When you have lack of engagement, there is confusion about where to find updated content. On the server? In SharePoint? On someone’s hard drive? In an email attachment? Team members fall back to what they used to do, whether or not it was effective.
You can do a few key things to avoid this situation and boost team engagement right from the very start, or even before! Identifying a widely accepted need in the organization for accurate data, better collaboration or smoother work processes is an important first step. Ask colleagues:
- What makes your phone ring or your inbox fill up?
- Where do you spend most of your unproductive time?
- What information do you most often require from outside t...(register to read more)