Definitely a podcast where agreeing to disagree is a key aspect of this discussion and the boys loose concentration when Steve takes a break for a few good sneezes… and then Steve waffles on about a great idea on SPO team sites which turns out to be not such a great idea. So I am sure you are wondering why both to listen… well it is funny and there some great nuggets about the workshops needed to collect the right information to produce a great business solution.
The podcast where Steve has a great idea on site names and waffles on without a conclusion.
Where Marijn says, ”Sorry, keep going I will interrupt you later” and then “ Hold on and let me continue” and it is decided Marijn can interrupt as much as he likes but Steve has to do as he is told…
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The boys start on the Roadmap workshop that defines the order of products that will be released and feeds back to the team what order they will process the project. Roadmap Strategy is required and agreed by the business… then the boys get stuck on questions around what the minimum settings are… and Steve has a Daaa moment when he works out Marijn is right…
Governance workshop takes frontstage and arguably the most important as so much is decided within this and getting then documented means you know so much about the project already
Content workshops are discussed that incorporate so much decision making… The Elephant in the room ‘ Content Types’ hits the discussion with a few erm and aaass when Steve rounds out what is needed to get started and define the baseline
The content workshop identified so much about the future of the project, migration, Change and Adoption Taxonomy strategy and some search aspects of the project…
Portals are mentioned and Wendy wants to get involved… she has something to say… and then Steve puts Marijn on the spot with portals. It is agreed an Intranet is a portal and opens up a bunch of things to decide like audiences, Viva Connect etc. all associated with publishing content…
Migration cannot be forgotten so they do list the things that is required to ensure migration takes place… then some workshop around servicing the M365 environment with the helpdesk etc.
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Steve finishes with a few thoughts on the Vision workshops and suggests that Marijn is right but only if we accept there are more than one Vision workshops required to make this work and get it right….
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