The people that know me, know that I am always happy to learn new stuff and tools! Yesterday a coworker showed me a fantastic, free tool that will make my life as an analist much easier. How do you start with projects where you are going to do a fileshare migration ? Make a list …
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The additional value when you work with SharePoint and InfoPath is very clear: you can use the forms to enhance the way you input and edit information in our favorite platform. Here is a video on how it was meant to work: Working offline with InfoPath 2010 As you will probably know, InfoPath was build …
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Amazing work from the people at Brightwork, a company that creates site templates for project and portfolio management. They have released a free version (no caveats) that you can download and use right away from their Project site template. The template extends out-of-the-box SharePoint 2010 and provides a collaborative workspace. The template contains libraries and …
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I had the chance these past few weeks to do my first real SCRUM project. My task was, next to a content governance model, to deliver a “Product Backlog”. A Product Backlog is a collection of user stories, ordered by business value and risk. A user what? A user story! What is that ? Well, …
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Some amazing SharePoint 2010 templates for free.
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MIKE stands for Method for an Integrated Knowledge Environment and is an Open Source delivery standard for Enterprise Information Management.
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Ben McMann from Tribridge talks in this presentation about the SharePoint Business Model. In my view, any project ( not just SharePoint) should start with making up such a thing. This should be the basis of your governance, the start on why and how you are going to manage things.
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Every Manager needs a dashboard, and every Program Manager needs a project dashboard, so he can view in an instance what projects are running good, and what projects need corrections. Ofcourse you can build something like that in SharePoint, with nice KPI’s, but that is quite easy, so you dont need me to tell you …
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Top 10 reasons why proposals fail

September 15th, 2008 | Posted by Marijn in business - (0 Comments)

Ben Yoskovitz hits the nail on his instigator blog: Top 10 reasons why proposals fail. Relevant to me because a large part of my job is writing such proposals. I already know I suck at grammar and spelling (including the horrible dutch -dt errors)..So what are the other reasons? 1) They’re too long. 2) They …
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