Last week I presented a few sessions at the SharePoint Fest Chicago event.
The first was the SharePoint Lists: Used, Abused and Underappreciated session that I’ve given a number of times.
For those of you interested in the “List” content, I plan on updating this session soon with 2013 content as the platform get finalized and released. I’m also putting together a session/workshop on the Request/Intake example that I frequently mention and use as examples during the presentation. So, keep an eye out for that.
The second session was a new one for me “Demystifying Governance and User Adoption”. Yea, it’s another session with the ‘governance’ and ‘user adoption’ buzzwords, but my hope is to add some useful tips and thoughts to the conversation.
This session was presented at SharePoint Fest – Denver 2012
Abstract: No matter which version of SharePoint 2007 or 2010 you’re using (Foundation, Server, Enterprise, or SharePoint Online) you’re almost certainly using one or more lists or libraries. These containers form the core for almost all functionality in the SharePoint platform. Yet, most organizations are not fulfilling the potential these lists offer to users and consumers. Are your users still looking for documents by using the default views? Are they navigating a library the same way they used the file share? Learn some of the tips and tricks used to improve your users’ experience and help them find the content they’re looking for more easily.
- Learn best practices for creating, configuring, and using lists
- See examples of list and library web parts used to display list content more effectively
- Create list views that increase user adoption and effectiveness
You can see the slide deck (or a very close variation) here on Slide Share: