January 11th, 11:30 am
Topic: The Peter Pan complex: Determining when a SharePoint site should grow into a hub site [ slides ]
Location: 8 City Blvd., Suite 403, Nashville, TN 37209 – MAP or via Microsoft Teams (link sent the day of the meeting)
Speaker: Sarah Haase, Microsoft MVP
Cost: FREE (free food too!)
SharePoint hub sites enable us to create a shared experience for a group of related SharePoint sites, including: common navigation, unified branding, aggregated news displays, and multi-site search. But how do you determine which sites should be hubs? And how do you manage the fulfillment of hub site requests?
As SharePoint site owners are educated about the capabilities of hub sites, demand for new hubs will increase. This session outlines key business criteria you’ll want to consider as you start leveraging hub sites. You’ll learn:
- What hub sites are and how hubs can be leveraged
- How to determine when a hub site is needed (e.g. should every department have a hub site? What are the criteria for leveraging a hub site?)
- How to build an organizational strategy for usage and governance of hub sites
- Practical ideas for managing the provisioning of hub sites
Be sure to forward this meeting info to your colleagues and friends!
Sarah Haase is an enterprise collaboration strategist, corporate librarian, and internationally-recognized speaker that helps large enterprises effectively implement SharePoint and Office 365. Using her rich experience in information architecture and enterprise content management, Sarah implements governance and user adoption strategies that drive compliance, engagement, and documented benefits/ROI.
Sarah is also an Innovation Games practitioner. She designs, organizes, and facilitates interactive Innovation Game exercises to gather rich market data and customer feedback on SharePoint and Office 365.
Sarah was awarded Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in February 2018 for her contributions in the Office Apps and Services technical community. She’s also Pragmatic Marketing Level III certified in product management.