These workshops are worth coming to Sydney for
Categorised under: Conferences & presentations
It’s unfortunately the case that some commercially-run conferences seem to see workshops as both a “necessary” part of the event, and a good way to get some extra revenue for little extra work. The result can often be a mix of workshops run by inexperienced presenters, who are doing their best but may still miss the mark.
This is not the case for Intranets2011 (Sydney, May 11-13). The three workshops we’re providing are presented by our keynote speakers, all three of whom are super experienced workshop presenters who have run sessions across the globe. Each workshop provides provides a unique opportunity to learn from the true experts, and to take away detailed insights and techniques.
Michael Sampson is the undisputed expert on collaboration, particularly in a SharePoint environment. With so many organisations seeing teamsites spread like a virus, his adopting SharePoint collaboration tools workshop provides vital guidance on governance and adoption strategies.
Jane McConnell is the guru of global intranets, and she only works with large complex organisations. Her workshop on using governance to future-proof your intranet provides unique insight into how to establish governance that brings together stakeholders and content owners, even in the most fluid of environments. If you’re a larger organisation, particularly operating in multiple countries, this workshop will change your life.
James Robertson is the expert on making intranets work in the real world. The author of “Designing intranets: creating sites that work”, his designing intranets that work workshop provides a rich methodology for delivering a site that genuinely is easy for staff to use. It’s also packed with screenshots and examples from organisations across the globe.
Don’t miss out on your chance to spend a day up-close-and-personal with these experts. (Only conference participants have the opportunity to register for these workshops.)