Format: In the next edition of my BlogTalkRadio show (“Collaboration TechTalk”) this Friday, June 10th at 7:30 A.M. ET, I (Gary Vaughan) will be the sole speaker for about 15 min, with the remaining 15 min open to comments/questions via BTR chat, telephone line to BTR, or prior to the show via Twitter @glvaughan, LinkedIn messages, or my email at [email protected]. Best “live” connections are via BTR chat or call-in number at (347) 857-2878.
Podcast Synopsis: This show will sum up my management experience in implementing SharePoint with the federal government, as well as lessons learned from other organizations and from D.C. area SharePoint user conferences. I will address such questions as: What is the difference between technical and more user-focused SharePoint governance? How is a program management approach useful in guiding a SharePoint implementation, esp. for a large enterprise? What characteristics of SharePoint collaboration technology favor a more agile vs. a more traditional and structured project management methodology?
Speaker Bio: I am a Senior SharePoint Advisor with Worldwide Information Network Services, Inc. in Washington D.C. I am also a certified Project Management Professional, and had a previous career as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Logistics Info: For the site to interact via Chat on June 10th, info on my other shows, and more general background on BlogTalkRadio, see: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/collaborationtechtalk/2011/06/10/sharepoint-governance-a-project-management-perspective