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Practical SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture by Ruven Gotz

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C H A P T E R  10

Governance, Adoption, and Training

Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids all in a row.

—Nursery Rhyme

The focus of the material we’ve covered in this book so far has been on how to design and build a SharePoint solution that meets the needs of your users and stakeholders. But what happens after that? You’ve created a great navigational structure, you’ve designed functional and usable pages, and you have created metadata that make your information easy to find. Do you just hand over the keys to your users and say “Done!”?

I hope your answer to that question is “No.” Your beautiful site is like a garden, it will soon become overgrown with weeds, and all the ...

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