SharePoint Saturday Denver Colorado
It was a unique experience for me to be a speaker in the SharePoint Saturday Denver Colorado in the United States, October 2018. I want to thank the event organizers, sponsors and fellow MVPs for making this a unique and rich experience for me.
It is my first time visiting Denver, Colorado, the Mile-High City and get to know more about Denver. I spent two days before the conference doing outdoor activities and enjoying the beautiful city of Denver. I cannot forget my excitement when visiting the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a rock structure near Denver, and one of the world’s best concert venues. Hiking in the Rocky Mountains was also a unique experience for me as I spent a whole day in the Rocky Mountains National park, a highly recommended attraction for every visitor.
A side from the attractions, I had a great time reconnecting with fellow MVPs in the SharePoint Saturday Denver Colorado conference. It is refreshing to always meet old and new friends in such conferences. I had the chance to meet with new MVPs in the SharePoint Saturday Denver, Colorado event, and we had great talk about our upcoming community activities and discuss technology challenges we are facing in our work.
My talk was about how big organizations should plan their modern workplace project, how to get executive sponsorship, create clear vision, drive adoption, and adopt a success plan to maximize the impact of the modern workplace.
I introduced my own Pentagon Framework, a new perspective to look at the modern workplace project, that helps organizations properly plan their transformation to the modern workplace and maximize the benefit to all their workforce. The pentagon framework is a way to look at the modern workplace from five different solution areas: Collaboration, Identity, Security, Devices and Culture.
The slides for the presentation is available at SlideShare here for you to download. Thanks everyone who attended the conference. It was really a great time and new experience! Till next time Denver.
Here are couple of slides from the presentation for your reference: