End User: Project Management: An Entire World of SharePoint Users
Most companies have many projects that are being worked on at any given time, from departmental objectives to company-wide initiatives, all of which require management, oversight, tracking, and reporting. Do you have a way to track your portfolio of projects in a way that makes sense and enables you to make effective strategic decisions for your company? Do you have a standard methodology for project management and reporting to senior leadership? If your company doesn’t already have an enterprise-level portfolio management system due to size, cost or complexity, but you still need a way to manage your individual projects, then this session is for you. It will focus on strategies for leveraging SharePoint in your company’s project management life-cycle, how to create buy-in from project managers, IT and business owners, and how to use out-of-the-box functionality to enhance your daily project management and project portfolio management requirements.
Linnea Lewis works in the Program Management Office of Denver Public Schools on large district-wide initiatives, with past experience as a management consultant working in a variety of industries including energy, finance and mortgage, telecom, non-profit, education, and the arts. Linnea is valued for her strategic thinking, leading collaborative
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