Registration deadline is Friday, January 27th.
Topic: Successful SharePoint Solutions: The simple questions you need to answer. Speaker: Chris Kendrick, I.S.P, ITCP Senior Business Consultant, Bell Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 Time: 5:00 pm for registration, 6:00 pm for dinner, 7:00 pm for presentation Location: Dalhousie University Club Dining Room, Off South Street beside Soccer Field See map at http://fm.dal.ca/campusmap/index.php?bldg=C440 Cost: Members - $40.00, Non-members - $50.00 Dinner Menu: Regular and Vegetarian options Corporate tables available To register: On-line, E-mail - Eliza.Hurry@cae.com or Phone 902-420-3070 x 2888 When registering, please provide contact information and dinner choice Registration deadline is Friday, January 27th
Implementing a successful SharePoint solution involves answering many complex questions, but have you answered the simple questions first?
Throughout his 20 year consulting career, Chris has been aligning the appropriate solution to business need. As you would expect, this has involved a large variety of methodologies and technologies (including SharePoint). From personal experience and that of his professional network, he has found that the most successful solutions have appropriately answered a few seemingly simple questions.
In the session, Chris will navigate the participants through the distillation process from the complex questions that can distract, to the simple ones that drive business value. Using real-world examples, and a non-prescriptive set of guidelines, he’ll provide some insight as to why these questions are important, where to find the answers, and how they apply to the components of SharePoint.
This broad-based, non-technical session will appeal to an audience from the Business user with minimal understanding of SharePoint to the SharePoint architect who is looking to replicate future success.
Chris Kendrick, I.S.P, ITCP is a Senior Business Consultant for Bell and is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. As an IT consultant with over 20 years experience in the industry he has provided Solution Architecture services in an extensive list of industry verticals in Canada, the United States, and Australia.
Chris is also actively involved in the IT community serving as past-president of CIPS Nova Scotia; Advisory Council, Jodrey School of Computer Science, Acadia University; IT Venue Coordinator, Canada Games 2011; and a founding member of the Halifax SharePoint Users Group.