Category: project management

Office 365 Distilled ep10: Double digits!

We made it to 10! Double digits! And next to that, we have had 1000 listens! We had a question from a listener (Greg Jennings) who aske us to help him out. I am big fan of your Office 365 Distilled Podcast, it has inspired me to further my knowledge in Office 365 Migration and …


Book review: Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Planning for Adoption and Governance

Playing games as part of your analysis process

Everyone who has been in a meeting or process to develop something new knows that it is hard. You have to be able to do abstract thinking, visualise designs and structures in your mind, be innovative, be constructive. You have to get the viewpoint of your customer, your target audience, the benefits, the hows and …


Scrum: Product Backlog and user stories

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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scrum solution for sharepoint

The people behind 21Apps have released their beta product for Managing Scrum Projects. They found it dissapointing there was no good scrum solution for SharePoint, so they are releasing this one. It works on all versions of SP2010 and contains following features: Sprint Planning Burndown Chart Story Board  


How to create a Project Dashboard ?

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 …


Book review: “SharePoint for Project Management” by Dux Raymond Sy

In the previous company I worked (which was also my first) they had this thing called project sites: a specific site created for a specific project. On that site, all shareholders had a login ID. They could collaborate there, read/write documents, form complaints, they had a forum, calendar etc etc… I really found this way …