Selecting SharePoint team members
By Eric Riz
July 24, 2012 —
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If you have heard me speak at an event, you will have heard the following, and it resonates with every business and commonality that we as individuals have: People get hired into businesses because, at one point in time, their background and resume matched the requirements and skill set of an open position with a business. That is the core concept of getting hired: a match between skills and availability.
However, the reality is that, once people are in the business, there isn’t much done to manage their progress or internal progression. When staffing your project team, look for the team members who can make the most impact on your implementation. Assess their backgrounds and competencies carefully, and don’t just take their experiences within your business at face value. As you look for team members to join your project team, find the right mix of personalities and skills that combine their knowledge with that of the business strategy and SharePoint direction.
Eric is the EVP of Systems Integration for Concatenate, a software firm focused on maximizing SharePoint through product innovation and systems integration based in Toronto. You can reach Eric by e-mail at
or on Twitter at @rizinsights. Read his other SharePoint thoughts on his blog at
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