Introduction to Sharepoint
November 14, 2014
9 am - 4 pm; 6 PDU; $429; Baldwin Wallace, Berea
Instructor: Pete Evangelista
Many project managers toil away at the administration of keeping track of project details and artifacts in separate documents, cutting and pasting data into multiple forms and formats, storing documents on network drives (or personal hard drives) and emailing fractured messages around to project team members and stakeholders, all the while feeling that something better has got to be out there. Well, there is. SharePoint is growing in popularity and presence. It is a powerful collaboration tool.
This course focuses on using SharePoint to facilitate the sharing of important project information and keeping the data in one place, updated one time. This one-day class will be a hands-on, interactive lab where you will use the tool in exercises that will follow typical project team communication scenarios.
- Configure SharePoint features for team collaboration
- Publish a project schedule to SharePoint and allow team members to provide task updates
- Publish tasks to Outlook
- Use SharePoint to drive status updates
- Set permissions to the site and particular artifacts
Target Audience: Project and program managers whose organizations are currently using or attempting to use SharePoint consistently.