Gartner Research

Five Key Steps to Creating Effective SharePoint Team Sites

Published: 07 December 2010

ID: G00201008

Analyst(s): Mark R. Gilbert


Gartner data indicates that 25% of SharePoint implementations are not meeting expectations. One cause of this is poorly structured team sites. Team sites can provide great value to SharePoint users if they are properly planned, deployed and governed, and if and adequate training on use is given.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Understand the SharePoint Advantages Over E-Mail as a Workplace Tool
  • Optimize Team Processes and Ensure Data Quality
  • Collaborate Before Doing SharePoint
  • A Distributed Governance Team Approach Is Critical to SharePoint Success With IT and Business Members Working Together
  • SharePoint Training Videos or Modules for the Business Users Will Help Aid Adoption

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