You are about to preview . This course preview may only be accessed one time for up to 5 minutes. You may purchase the course after the preview has expired. Do you wish to continue with the preview? Please return to fill in your Location information in your Personal Learning Profile. Once your Location information is complete you may return here to generate your certificate. In order to relaunch you must reset your current quiz results. This means your current results for this quiz will be lost. This course explores SharePoint tasks such as creating sites using templates, and creating, editing and deleting pages. It also walks through processes such as using the Content Organizer to create rules to organize site content in SharePoint 2013. Other configuration topics include activating Document Sets, and customizing the Quick Launch. This course will help prepare learners for the Microsoft Certification Exam 77-425: SharePoint 2013 which certifies individuals as Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): SharePoint 2013.Audience: Personnel at all levels of the enterprise, end-users seeking to attain competency in Microsoft SharePoint 2013, end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core level in the use of Microsoft SharePoint 2013, end-users seeking a basic IT certificationObjectives: Configuring Pages, Sites, and Content in SharePoint 2013 create, edit, and delete pages in SharePoint 2013 create and configure a site in SharePoint 2013 create a SharePoint subsite and modify its look and feel in SharePoint 2013 configure the Content Organizer in SharePoint 2013 create a Content Organizer rule in SharePoint 2013 activate and deactivate document sets in SharePoint 2013 activate a document set in SharePoint 2013 edit the Quick Launch in SharePoint 2013 add content to Quick Launch in SharePoint 2013 Duration: 1.0 Even with an extremely thorough project plan in place, change requests are inevitable. This Business Impact explores how project managers should handle such requests.Audience: Individuals who have interest in knowing more about Project Management, including those in positions that require them to carry out a project management role to individuals that are full-time project managers wishing to hone their skills further.Objectives: Weighing the Costs of Project ChangeDuration: 0.1 Managing projects requires dealing with scope change effectively. Here we examine the types of change request that can impact the triple constraint of time, cost, and quality.Audience: Individuals who have interest in knowing more about Project Management, including those in positions that require them to carry out a project management role to individuals that are full-time project managers wishing to hone their skills further.Objectives: Managing Scope on a ProjectDuration: 0.1 This Business Impact discusses some of the options a manager has when resolving conflict in the workplace.Audience: Individuals who have interest in knowing more about Project Management, including those in positions that require them to carry out a project management role to individuals that are full-time project managers wishing to hone their skills further.Objectives: Managing Conflict in Project TeamsDuration: 0.1 Ensuring Management Buy-In on a Project discusses the importance of executive buy-in at the beginning of a project.Audience: Individuals who have interest in knowing more about Project Management, including those in positions that require them to carry out a project management role to individuals that are full-time project managers wishing to hone their skills further.Objectives: Ensuring Management Buy-in on a ProjectDuration: 0.1 Process improvement is valuable to any organization. But change carries risk. This impact explores mitigating risks when improving processes.Objectives: Mitigating Risks when Improving ProcessesDuration: 0.1 Differences and similarities of ethnic, cultural, and family background are only part of a comprehensive approach to workplace diversity. This Business Impact explores additional elements that are crucial aspects of the diversity mixture in today's business world.Audience: HR Professionals with dedicated roles within the HR and learning and development functions, including administrative, executive and management roles, along with those in training for such positions.Objectives: Understanding Workplace DiversityDuration: 0.1 Leveraging diversity is a key for all organizations. This Challenge examines how diversity elements relate to business strategy.Objectives: Managing DiversityDuration: 0.2 Diversity is a key component of competitiveness and success. This impact explores how to assess your organization's diversity.Objectives: Workplace Diversity: Assessing Your OrganizationDuration: 0.1 . This course preview may only be accessed one time for up to 5 minutes. You may purchase the course after the preview has expired. Do you wish to continue with the preview? Source.


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