Courtesy of by Robert Bogue in SharePoint Pro

We’re not talking about the cost of migration tools. We’re not talking about the servers that you’ll have to buy or even the licensing. The true cost of changing to SharePoint is the people costs. The costs are in the cost of the change itself. They don’t change from product-to-product, but the cost of change is real. Let’s take a look at what it takes to keep from being a victim of the trough of reduced productivity.

It Gets Worse Before It Gets Better

In moving to SharePoint we’re trying to make folks more productive. It should be easier to find information, not harder. It should be easier to review versions, not harder.  However, no matter how good a training program you’ve got, it is going to get worse before it gets better. Hopefully, it gets much better, and the time that it’s worse is small. Take a look read more