About Steve Hart
Practice Manager responsible for project leadership & delivery services for the Cardinal Solutions Group in the RTP area. I am a PMP with 25 years of project management and technical leadership roles, have developed an extensive practical knowledge that spans a wide variety of industries, and project delivery approaches. As a practicing PMP, I am a member of the North Carolina PMI chapter. I am an avid sports fan, particularly the Miami RedHawks, Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, and most recently the NC State Wolfpack.

2 Responses to Using SharePoint to Organize Project Deliverables

  1. Mike Wajda says:

    Steve,

    Can you comment on the benefits of using a Document Library, rather than an Task List for project deliverable tracking? I have some items that don’t always result in a document, so a task, with the ability to attach docs, seems more appropriate. Ideally I’d like one central location for tracking deliverables and their status, and would like that structure to lend well to archival, relocation within the system, etc. as time progresses. Thoughts?

    • Steve Hart says:

      Use a doc library if you are storing project artifacts for collaboration purposes. It is not a best practice to attach a document to list items because the documents become hard to find.

      Steve

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