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The Benefit of the Broad View

A few weeks ago, I attended AIIM’s Executive Leadership Council (ELC) meeting. The ELC is one of the best things to come out of AIIM lately. They somehow manage to bring together a diverse group of fascinating speakers from a variety of industry, government and academia, who are willing to...

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Old School Social Networking

Last night the New England Chapter of AIIM held a holiday social event in Newton, MA. Food and drink were consumed, business cards were exchanged, conversation was had and stories were told. In this highly connected, always on, 140-character world, a nice-sized group of people slowed down, left...

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Practioner – Heal Thyself

Sometimes, otherwise intelligent people manage to do stupid things. Yesterday, I was guilty of being such a person; well, I consider myself to be intelligent. We are working on an information management project in SharePoint, and we decided that it was time to talk about governance. The reason...

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What Happens in Vegas

You know the rest of that adage, “…stays in Vegas except for the Twitter timeline and Facebook stream ”, but what happened in Cambridge, MA was streamed live to CT. What can I say; New England is a pretty big territory. Siri says it covers 71,990 square miles of membership....

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Welcome 2012

As far as years go, 2011 wasn’t one of the best. Personally, I started the year in the care of a physical therapist struggling to mend a shoulder injury. Turning to business, and keeping in mind the business that we are in (insuring nuclear power facilities), 2011 brought us a little bit...

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Social Business 1.0

School for the Deaf in Boston. AIIM NE has...looked at my AIIM NE name badge and said

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The Chapter Works

Last week, the New England chapter held our final event of the program year. Not only was the event a success, but it was described by many participants as having been the best panel discussion ever. I used the word many, because it wasn’t a few people, it wasn’t “several...

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