We’re really excited about the upcoming webinar in February with consultant and author, Michael Sampson. As you can see, he just published a really interesting book on SharePoint, called “Seamless Teamwork”. I’m just reading it and plan to review it on this blog before the webinar.
Please join me on February 19th to hear Michael deliver some of the valuable content from his book live! The promo piece for the webinar is below:
In this webinar, you will learn 7 key strategies that you can implement today to:
- Drive effective collaboration, innovation and new business processes using SharePoint
- Expand SharePoint into new areas including document management, project management and email management
- Apply new tools and technologies such as wikis, blogs and RSS feeds to maximize communication and team collaboration
- Implement effective strategies and solutions to increase user adoption and improve the SharePoint user experience
If you are a CIO, CKO, Line of Business Manager, IT Manager or SharePoint Administrator responsible for ensuring your organization is achieving maximum benefit from its SharePoint investment – register HERE today!
WHAT: 7 Ways to Get More From Your SharePoint Deployment Now
WHEN: Thursday, Februrary 19, 2009 at 11:00 AM EST
PRESENTERS: Michael Sampson, Consultant & Author (and me)
Even if you can’t make the webinar date, please register and we will send you a link to the on-demand webinar when available.
Guest Speaker – Michael Sampson, Independent Consultant & Author. Michael focuses on improving the capability of teams that can’t be together, to work together. Michael helps organizations understand the collaboration landscape and provides impartial counsel and advisory services to clients wanting to improve the capability of people and teams through collaboration technology. He is the author of “Seamless Teamwork: Using Microsoft SharePoint Technologies to Collaborate, Innovate, and Drive Business in New Ways“, published by Microsoft Press (2009). Link to the book: www.seamlessteamwork.com