How can the PMO & Change Practitioner Use SharePoint Apps & O365 to better Manage Enterprise Change

Nick Bradshaw

According to the 2014 PMI Pulse report, organisational change continues to be a challenge for the vast majority of businesses, with only only one in five organizations reporting highly effective change management. With 70% of major change implementations yielding sub-optimized results and the average time taken to develop mature business capabilities exceeding 5 years, this session tackles the need to benchmark and measure readiness, outcome risk and maturity using more agile approaches that ultimately increase the chances of project success and a more performant Enterprise

You will learn :

  1. About the value of the SharePoint App Model in O365
  2. New ways to tackle program change, outcomes & maturity
  3. How easy it is to set up a common site to audit readiness, risk & maturity
  4. How to generate and export comprehensive reports
  5. About building an Enterprise Dashboard of change, risk & maturity
  6. How using SharePoint Apps could radically improve your Enterprise Change Program

Features Covered:

Technologies covered in the session: 

  • SharePoint Online
  • O365
  • SharePoint Apps
We will also touch on the following key benefits of using and deploying SharePoint Apps via O365:
  • Consumer ease of use solving an Enterprise scale problem
  • Ease of deployment via the App catalogue
  • Managing program & project readiness in one location via O365
  • Easy to read RAG dials and summary reports available to all
  • Helping the end user identify problems quickly
  • Alignment with project & change management best practice methodologies
  • Helping steer projects towards achieving desired objectives

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Global Conference 2015 and was presented by Nick Bradshaw .

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