Start a User Group

Wow has it been a whirlwind end/beginning of the year! I’ve been wrapping up a large project, which means my entire organization is on SharePoint/O365 to some capacity. How cool is that!! I guess if your job depends on it.. then it’s amazing. So with that being said it’s created quite a stir… people haveContinue reading “Start a User Group”

Quick Wins in My Project

An unexpected request to start using a proof of concept immediately has helped our project team gain goodwill with a stakeholder we were nervous about implementation outcomes.

Planning for next year’s project? Listen to your end users.

It’s that time of the year again, strategic planning. Personally, I enjoy this time of the year. The organization as a whole gets to join together and talk through goals, needs, and pain points. Hopefully this isn’t the moment when you are beginning to gather your project ideas. If it is, that’s okay just getContinue reading “Planning for next year’s project? Listen to your end users.”

Two Words: Requirements. Gathering.

Want to clear a room out fast? Mention free pizza. Want to clear a room out fast, and not have a single person come back? Mention requirements gathering. This trend is ongoing and it really doesn’t matter what field of work you find yourself in. Requirements gathering is the necessary evil that exists for BusinessContinue reading “Two Words: Requirements. Gathering.”