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3 3 This is a faded leaf. This is a high mountain. This is a branch. This is a cave. This is a tree. This is a snake.

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5 5 Why do we care?

6 Current State Desired Future State

7 7 Understand what your end state goal really is

8 8 “It’s always best to start at the beginning.” Glinda “Forget about the beginning, start with the END.” Sue

9 No Sharp Edges

10 1. Align with business goals – what are we trying to accomplish? 10 Because that will drive how strict you need to enforce your rules Align with business goals – what are we trying to accomplish?

11 2. Align with existing policies – especially information assurance and records management 11 Because you shouldn’t have to invent everything new and you may need to “design it in” Align with existing policies – especially information assurance and records management

12 3. Understand existing teams and roles – what is already in place? 12 Because people already have jobs and you may need to define new roles or relationships Understand existing teams and roles – what is already in place?

13 4. Engage with HR - early 13 Because if job descriptions need to be changed, you’d better have some support Engage with HR - early

14 14 Put together the right team – small, inclusive, empowered

15 15 Have the right conversations

16 16 ns The Governance Questions Vision and Overview Enterprise Decisions  Compliance  Training  Access  Provisioning  Branding and Functionality  Information Architecture  Content Life-cycle Management  Personal Sites  “Social” Operational Processes Roles and Responsibilities Site-Specific Decisions (and Roles) Suggestion: Add a third column for traceability

17 No more than 2-3 hours per conversation Not all in the same week, please Distribute the questions in advance Get the right people in the room

18 18 Your vision and goals drive your governance plan

19 Guidelines  Grounded in business value  Relevant to each user  Sensible Policies  Compliance-focused  Few  Enforceable

20 20 Is there a penalty for non- compliance?

21 Examples of Social Media Governance Policies

22 22 It takes a village

23 Steering Committee/ Governance Board Training and Communications SharePoint Executive Sponsor SharePoint IT Owner SharePoint Infrastructure Support Team SharePoint Administrator Help Desk SharePoint Business Owner Application Development Team Intranet Information Architect Intranet Business Owner Intranet Steering Committee Intranet IT Owner Intranet Page Owners Intranet Content Authors Intranet Visitors Evangelists/ Moderators Coaches

24 Evangelists/ Moderators Encourage and promote people and conversations Monitor conversations Curate stories Celebrate successes Handle negative situations Educate and welcome Nurture members – inspire engagement Remove roadblocks

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26 Site Sponsor/ Business Owner Solution Analyst Content Authors Site Manager/ Contact (s) Site Visitors

27 How will you provide guidance and direction? How will you tell the story?

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29 29 … and just in time

30 VisualSP from SharePoint-Videos.com

31 Link to governance about documents from doc libs

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33 CQWP to easily surface related content

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36 Socialize Find Champions Be responsive to feedback Trust, but verify Communicate persistently

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38 Training Governance

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41 Sue Hanley susanhanley ommunity/sharepoint Governance User Adoption Metrics Information Architecture Knowledge Management How to contact me:

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45 Join us at #SharePint sponsored by Metalogix at Clyde’s of Chevy Chase in the RaceCar Bar Downstairs Why? To network with fellow SharePoint professionals What? SharePint!!! When? 5:30 PM Where? RaceCar Bar Downstairs 5441 Wisconsin Ave Chevy Chase, MD Thanks to? Metalogix!

46 Housekeeping… Remember to fill out session and event evaluations… Phasers set to stun, mobile devices set to silent… You must be present to win at the wrap-up…

47 Thanks to our Sponsors!!!

48 Join us at #SharePint sponsored by Metalogix at Clyde’s of Chevy Chase in the RaceCar Bar Downstairs Why? To network with fellow SharePoint professionals What? SharePint!!! When? 5:30 PM Where? RaceCar Bar Downstairs 5441 Wisconsin Ave Chevy Chase, MD Thanks to? Metalogix!


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