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CGIs Global 1000 is one of CGI’s long lasting traditions in which we interview top executives from 10 different industries and 20 different countries about business and IT priorities. Following graphic does show the top 5 priorities for the upcomming years:

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Join CGIWe are activly looking for a working student  who will support our global accounts in growing business, standardizing processes and preparing VIP meetings. I am looking forward for your details.

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I would like to promote an event organized by Matthias Einig from Rencore here in Munich – the first Munich SharePoint Saturday. It is a free community event for up to 250 participants with first class speakers! So save the date: 10.10.2015. For more Information refer to the slide below or the SPS website 

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Lana Khoury and I have published an article on the European SharePoint conference Blog about SharePoint Maturity Modell and „How evolved is your SharePoint“. Thanks a lot to Lana for the cooperation and the team around ESPC for this chance.

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As mentioned Lana and I had a presentation on SP24 on SharePoint Factory and industrialized SharePoint Development, below is the 45 min video – we had a lot of fun and thanks to Lana for the great support 🙂

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trending topicsI just love the way Marianne has prepared the topic…

 

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SharePoint24Lana Khoury and I will be speaking about industrialized SharePoint Developement and global Delivery Model at the 24-Hour SharePoint Conference.

Summary: „Large Notes2 SharePoint transformations do require a standardized approach in development and project management in order to assure the delivery in time and quality. The SharePoint Factory has been developed, to allow parallel development of applications and support all stages of the development process by having standardized quality gates, Test procedures and Templates e.g. for requirements analysis. Basically the SharePoint Factory can be compared to an assembly line in automotive industry. This approach is combined with a SharePoint PM as a Service offering which is a blueprint for the Management of Large Scale SharePoint projects and does provide a specific PM Process with SharePoint Centric Artefacts, Checklists and documents.“

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