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Organizational Change Management - Migrating Your Users Along With Your Systems

Asif Rehmani, Speaker of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019

User adoption is not possible without clearly defining that for your users so they want to use the structures you have created. Anything less would be a waste of time - yours as well as theirs. 

  • Asif will be discussing real-life case studies, as well as showing samples of companies that were able to migrate their systems while successfully supporting their users throughout the process.
  • He will be sharing the exact strategies that were used in these multinational corporations to facilitate user adoption successfully.
  • He will also share his experiences from years as a professional trainer
  • In addition, you will discover how people learn new behaviors

Attend this webinar and we'll show you strategies that have worked with organizations around the world as they deal with organizational changes and prepare their users for their new processes and systems.

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Workflow, But Hadn’t Thought to Ask

WEBCON, Platinum Sponsor of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019
Mike Fitzmaurice, Speaker of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019

At WEBCON, selling software is optional -- but selling ideas is mandatory. We want everyone to care about automating processes well, no matter which tools they use to do it. It’s why I’m talking about the practice of doing workflow a total of three times at SharePoint Fest in Seattle this August.

  1. “Thinking Through Workflow Problems and Designing Superior Solutions” contains a set of guidelines you should keep in mind when you approach any workflow problem. It includes when to automate processes (and when not to), strategies for communicating, refining, launching, and adapting processes (to name a few things).
  2. “When To Use What: Using The Automation Tool for The Right Task” is based on the premise that there are many different kinds of automation problems, and there is no tool that fits every single one of them (including WEBCON). The key is to recognize what kind of problem you have and which kinds of tools to look at to solve it.
  3. In addition to that, I’m running an Ask Me Anything Q&A period at the WEBCON booth Friday, August 23rd, at 10:10 am.
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Regular Registration Pricing for SharePoint Fest Seattle Ends Friday!

SharePoint Fest brings to you the world’s leading experts in SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Teams and Azure. Whether you are new to SharePoint or an experienced power user, admin or developer, SharePoint Fest has content designed to fit your experience level and area of interest. Our workshops and sessions are taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers, Microsoft MVPs, Microsoft Regional Directors and Microsoft engineers.

Register by this Friday, July 19th, to take advantage of these savings!

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SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop: June 2019

Mark Kashman, Speaker of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019

We’ve got a lot of change management info to share with you from this last month. This is the all-inclusive recap for all things SharePoint and related technology, plus the Intrazone Roadmap Pitstop: June 2019 podcast episode – a bonus monthly audible companion to help answer, "What's rolling out now for SharePoint and related technologies into Microsoft 365?"

To answer that question, listen and scroll (info, links and screenshots galore) to stay informed on what features and updates arrived this past month - plus a few teasers of what's to come.

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Change is Good, Whether It’s Processes, Solutions, or Even Software

WEBCON, Platinum Sponsor of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019
Mike Fitzmaurice, Speaker of SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019

I’ve been doing workflow work for a long time, and I’ve never seen someone analyze, design, and deliver a workflow solution that was “right” the very first time. It’s no one’s fault. Usually, the moment of greatest support for automating a process is when manual methods fail. There will be agreement that something must be done, but quite a lot of variation in how to do so. You can either keep people in conference rooms until they form a complete consensus, or you can build something, try it out, and let everyone help you repeatedly improve it.
 
Even if you could get it right the first time, the problem to be solved will change over a matter of weeks or months, and you’re going to need to change the solution anyway. Change isn’t just good – it’s inevitable.
 
Making frequent and regular changes sounds like more work – but not with WEBCON – our Business Process Suite was designed with frequent change in mind. To prove a point, Thursday, August 22nd, at 12:40 pm, we’ll start with a real-world customer problem that looked simple at first glance and show you how it was, out of necessity, repeatedly improved until it became mission-critical. You won’t need to believe us – you’ll be able to believe your own eyes.
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