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The Business Value of Taxonony

Taxonomy is not a word that everyone can relate to. What those of us on the inside of this story know is that the world's most powerful search experiences are powered by taxonomy and metadata. If your business is challenged with juggling vast amounts of content on either internally or...

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Demonstrating the Business Value of Social Collaboration

In the never-ending search for improving customer adoption and engagement -- which social promises, and I do believe can deliver -- the difficulty for most (if not all) organizations is demonstrating business value amidst all of the marketing and promises of the OEMs and vendors

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Social Should Be Able To Demonstrate Business Value

In the never-ending search for improving customer adoption and engagement -- which social promises, and I do believe can deliver -- the difficulty for most (if not all) organizations is demonstrating business value amidst all of the marketing and promises of the OEMs and vendors

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Rightshifting SharePoint with 21apps Org Shift Model (Part 1)

This post is just a taster for an initial series of blog posts going into some depth around the 21apps Organisational Shift model for changing the way people work and delivering organisational outcomes with the SharePoint platform. One concept you will hear us talk about a great deal is...

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Whose Design is it?

Last week on a different blog, I talked about how we are using SharePoint to manage the voting for a Holiday Door Decorating contest in our office. Marc D. Anderson commented that: “This is one of those fun little applications that I could get totally lost in. It would be an...

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Enabling "Emergent" Innovation through Collaboration

One of the most difficult aspects of evangelizing collaboration tools and platforms is the slippery slope of defining business value. No single model for business value will satisfy every organization. In my more-than-two-decades of experience in the information technology landscape, I've come to realize that business value is defined by most as quantitative value, rather than a mixture of qualitative and quantitative -- which is how I look at the world

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Just Because Something Is Not An Enterprise Information Asset Does Not Stop It From Being A Liability

Many organizations want to want to be held accountable for the information they create depending on the business value. Unfortunately the term business value is relative. Records management policies and auto classification/categorization rules are typically based upon business value

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