Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.
Whether you are using Waterfall, Agile, Lean or anything in between, team collaboration has to be a priority. To their detriment, project teams will frequently rely only on emails for all their collaboration. For effective communication, project teams need a portal for collaboration. SharePoint provides a common workspace for the project team to share documents, so that every member within the project team has all the necessary information about the project. SharePoint also provides default issues and risks list to log all factors that may affect the project, and thus enables team to take necessary action to prevent or reduce their impact.
During this session we will explore the integration between Project and SharePoint team sites and how to modify the team site, making it the center of your team’s collaboration. Don’t simply hope or even demand collaboration, learn how to make collaboration easy and useful. Empower your team to collaborate with SharePoint team sites.
Darrin is Director of Operations and Project Management at Advaiya and draws on around two decades of diverse project management experience in the Information Technology industry. He has worked in leadership roles across diverse companies from Public Safety software companies to DaaS providers and Consulting. He has helped to shape department and company strategies and brought a positive impact to the organizations he has worked with. In his current role, he is responsible for forming and facilitating cohesive teams, client interfacing, and liaising with stakeholders. He is a believer and practitioner of the ‘get things done’ approach and enjoys helping the team formulate and achieve their goals. Darrin has earned his Business Administration Degree from University of Montana and holds a PMP certification from PMI.
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