I’m in the middle of a series of posts about the SharePoint problem. You should check out the first post, The Problem with SharePoint, to get a full overview of the problem, but at a high level, it boils down to this: SharePoint is a fantastic tool that can offer lots of benefits to an organization; but despite these potential benefits, many organizations have not only struggled to realize these benefits, but have put themselves in a worse position after deploying SharePoint than they were before.
Last post we took a high-level look at what a solution to this problem might be, which was to ask yourself what would SAP do? That is, treat SharePoint like the enterprise platform it is rather than like an Office product.
In the next couple of posts, we’ll get a little closer to the ground and step through a framework for rolling out SharePoint that treats the right way and gives you the best chance for success.
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