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How SharePoint enables information and knowledge management to achieve business outcomes

This is a presentation given at the 2013 SHARE Conference in Melbourne on the 19th of November 2013 by Cory Banks.
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Glentworth Consulting

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of How SharePoint enables information and knowledge management to achieve business outcomes

Introduction
Cory Banks
Information & Knowledge Strategist
cory.banks@glentworth.com www.glentworth.com @corza
OVERVIEW
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
CONTENT IS KING
VALUE PROPOSITION
KNOWLEDGE
OPPORTUNITY
MY Perspective
With Great power,
comes great responsibility
?
THANK YOU
Data
+
Information
+
KNOWLEDGE
SHAREPOINT +
BUSINESS
BENEFIT
=
{ }
AS 5037:2005
3A's - ACCESSIBLE, ACCURATE, APPROPRIATE
CONTEXT IS QUEEN
CONvenience rules them all
INFORMATION
3A'
s
ACCURATE
Version Control
Approval Workflow
Roles / Groups
Permissions
Personalisation / Audiencing
Views / Refinement
Views / Navigation
Search
Mobile View
Apps
Skydrive Pro
accessible
Appropriate
People


Process


Content
Profiles
People Search
Social / Yammer

Document Libraries
Visio Diagrams
Workflow

Libraries / Lists
Ranking
Sharing
Search
REDUCE
COST
INCREASE
VALUE
Productivity

PARTNERING

Innovation
Ben PARKER
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