Robert Bogue is slated to speak at Louisville SharePoint Users Group (LouSPUG) on Friday, October 13th, on the topic of Practical Information Architecture.
There will be no fancy words (that aren’t made fun of) and no complex mathematical models. In this session, you’ll learn to take content types, site columns, and navigation options and assemble them into an information architecture that your organization can actually use. Learn how Managed Metadata Services can help you ensure consistency while location-based default metadata can help to drive metadata “entry”. This session delivers information architecture you can do.
About Robert Bogue
Robert Bogue is a father, husband, community leader, and servant with over a dozen years in business. A passionate learner and educator, Robert has editor credit on over 100 books, author credit on 25 books and numerous courses. Robert is also a recovering technologist with 14 years as a Microsoft MVP. He reads and reviews a book each week on non-technical topics, distilling the wisdom of many into a set of discovered truths. His Discovered Truths (http://www.discoveredtruths.com) project teaches everyone in the organization key interpersonal skills through short, engaging videos delivered each week to every employee. You can follow Robert on his blog at http://www.thorprojects.com/blog.