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Governance Topics and Roles

I have been on a Governance kick the last month or so. If you want to learn more about governance and how it relates to SharePoint you need to understand that it is split into two areas.

  1. Roles/Responsibilities (~50%)
  2. Policies/Procedures (~50%)

Below I have taken our standard model and summarized them into these main roles.

Roles

  • Core Team (PM's, Business Owners, Administrators)
  • Infrastructure
  • Service/Help Desk
  • Application Administrators
  • Application Developers
  • Business Units (Owners, Contributors, Members)
  • Trainers
  • Business Analysis (TBD)

Below is an example schedule with the types of roles that should attend.

  • Overview of Governance Checklist/Base Document:
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Business Units
    • Application Administrators
  • Roles & Responsibilities / Locations
    • Core SharePoint Team
  • Governance Communication
    • Core SharePoint Team
  • Site Use Confirmation & Deletion
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators
    • Infrastructure (TBD)
  • My Sites
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Business Units
  • Site Provisioning
    • Core SharePoint Team
  • Site Policies
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators
    • Business Units
  • Search
    • Core SharePoint Team
  • Change Management Process
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators
    • Service/Help Desk
  • Deployment / Customization
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators
    • Application Developers
  • Release Schedule
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators
    • Application Developers
  • Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Service/Help Desk
  • Training
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Business Units
    • Trainers
  • Testing
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Business Analysis
  • Security / Permissions
    • Core SharePoint Team
    • Application Administrators

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