Epilogue

If you have worked through all the chapters in this book, then you should already have a powerful project management tool. Hopefully it will meet most of your needs. If so, great! More importantly, however, I hope I have planted a seed that you can grow by adding your own creativity and diligence to produce something really great.

I planned the activities in this book with the intention of imparting to you two necessary ingredients. The first is an understanding of how to employ the features of SharePoint. This is a very broad topic, and I tried to demonstrate a subset of features that I found to be particularly helpful; everything from document libraries to state machine workflows. The second ingredient includes some useful project management ...

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