Award-winning case study: Novozymes

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This 13-page case study explores a new approach to governance that brings structure to a SharePoint intranet.

Key highlights from the case study:

  • A detailed and ambitious governance framework for a SharePoint intranet.
  • Strong emphasis on engaging experts from across the organisation, not just IT.
  • A striking dashboard provides an at-a-glance view of the governance model.
  • This approach is almost certainly unique, and it has relevance for the wider digital workplace.

Description

Novozymes has implemented SharePoint governance through a new framework which has been adapted from work produced by SharePointPeople. The framework establishes a series of managed elements (applications, processes, platform services) and business drivers, each of which has an owner, documented policies and mapped dependencies. Controls are carried out and reported on a dashboard to ensure compliance.

There are a number of well-defined roles and a governance board. The system has already been extended to other areas of IT and involves people across the entire business.

This 13-page case study is packed with real-world screenshots and insights that will inspire your leadership team, and help you deliver a successful project.

Novozyme’s innovative SharePoint governance dashboard. Screenshot appears courtesy of Novozymes.

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