If your company uses Microsoft Windows for your computers, chances are you also have the free version of SharePoint available to you (ask your Windows administrators). If you do, SharePoint is a wonderful tool to use to assist in Project Management and to enhance communication and collaboration on a project.
In the upcoming posts I will address the following topics:
- Part 1 – The Home Page
- Part 2 – Announcements
- Part 3 – Key Lists
- Part 4 – Document Libraries
- Part 5 – Calendars
- Part 6 – The Project Status Dashboard
- Part 7 – Security
I am not going to describe the mechanics of working with SharePoint. Microsoft has plenty of online resources and courses to help you with that. I will focus on how you can take advantage of SharePoint features and functions to assist your project management.
Note: Much more detail on Setting Up A Project SharePoint Site can be found in my Kindle book “Project Management For The Real World”, available at