Office productivity and SharePoint applications are often rolled out to business users without training, and when this happens, the rollouts almost always encounter problems and resistance. A modest investment in training can pay huge dividends by:
- Winning hearts and minds
- Showing users best practice
- Identifying and resolving problems early on
- Thereby helping to ensure that the project is not derailed.
Training can also help to put faltering projects back on track.
Motif offers a range of business-oriented Office 365 and SharePoint training and awareness courses. These courses can help your users learn about Office 365's capabilities, particularly when it comes to collaboration, information sharing and document management using SharePoint 2010. All of the sessions are run by a senior consultant on your premises and are intended for up to 10 delegates. The cost per delegate can be as little as £80 per day.
|Introducing Office 365
||This course will give your business users a general introduction to Office 365 and SharePoint 2010, allowing them to start planning their adoption of the new technology and way of working.
|Introducing Office 365 (extended)
||This course extends the 1 day workshop with a half day of consultation on either side: before the workshop, so that our consultant can become familiar with the context and objectives of your business, and after the workshop, for a debrief with your business owners and project managers. Consultation is by telephone / video conference.
|Planning an Office 365 implementation
||Using our proprietary SharePoint Governance Model, we can get your Office 365 or SharePoint project off to a flying start with a custom planning workshop or programme. This provides your delegates with a structured approach to discussing and planning the project, ensuring coverage of the the relevant topics and enabling sound conclusions.
||1 - 5 days
||£1,250 - 3,950|
|SharePoint Information Access for business users
||Your technical teams and project managers may have a good knowledge of SharePoint's features, but what about the business users? How will they tag information? How will they use SharePoint's information access features to find the right information quickly? SharePoint projects that go ahead without training in these critical areas run into problems. This flexible course is designed to prevent these problems from arising in the first place - or remediate them if needed.
|Developing SharePoint Information Architectures
||This is a more advanced programme, which can be tailored in scope to meet the needs of projects of varying shapes and sizes. We apply our proprietary approach to the development of information architectured for SharePoint 2010. We start with business objectives and strategy, and progress through personas and task analysis, to the development of SharePoint information architecture deliverables such as content types, metadata, term stores, master pages, templates, galleries and lists.