Practical Steps to Avoid Disaster

The art of losing isn’t hard to master; so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost that their loss is no disaster,

“One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop

Do you think your SharePoint implementation is filled with the intent to become a disaster? This is a message you need to communicate to the people who can take the steps to avert it. Real action and real responsibility must be taken. There has to be consensus, too; it might be tempting to see this as a lone hero’s struggle for recognition, but the way to avert disaster will require team co-operation. The art of losing is not hard to master. The art of success is much more difficult, but here are some practical steps.

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