Now that your organisation has decided to go to SharePoint / Office 365, does that mean that all your users can just go ahead and start working with the new tool? Just like with any other application, your users need training and coaching to make sure they know what they are doing, and that they … Read more

Slides for the sessions delivered for SharePoint Saturday Cambridge 2017 Read more

Everyone in the IT industry knows how important certifications are. Especially consultants and those in the services game know that customers like to have some kind of paper in their hands that can state how good the person is. That is one of the reasons I took the exam as a Certified Information Professional. Read more

Time for another SharePoint book review, and this time it is about my field of expertise: Planning for Adoption and Governance by Geoff Evelyn. Read more

Time for another book review on my blog! This time, I chose the book “Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Plain and Simple” from Johnathan Lightfoot, Michelle Lopez, Scott Metker. Read more

The swedish consulting firm Crisp posted a cool video on their blog about Agile Product Ownership. Read more

The Technet page with downloadable content for SharePoint 2013 has been updated. Read more

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 … Read more

Everything you wanted to know about Microsofts PPM and more, 100 sessions from the Microsoft Project Conference 2012 🙂 Read more

The people over at SharePointblog.co.uk are going to post 100 blogposts in the next 100 days about Business analysis to improve SharePoint requirements gathering. Some will be quick tips, other big posts. Read more