But it often turns out badly because mistakes can be made, and opportunities can be missed, that could have been readily avoided if only industry best practices would have been followed. My clients and my students well know that I am a big fan of leveraging knowledge gained at somebody else's expense, which really is what best practices are. Why invent the wheel if someone has already figured out that a round shape is best for locomotion?
Here are some best practices when designing business workflows: Enabling Informed Decisions To make the right decision, you need the right information
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There’s no such thing as organized chaos. Step away from the spreadsheet and put down the stress ball. Explore and implement new purchase order systems that reduce your dependence on spreadsheets , shared drives, Google Documents and email correspondence. Finding a purchase order...
I would also like to inform you that AIIM has just introduced a SharePoint training program covering best practices for sharing and managing information on the SharePoint platform
The term “best practice” has always bothered me because it has always had the aura of stale and static processes
In my posts for this blog, I regularly reference my practice of speaking with organisations to identify best practices that I can share with organisations that are just setting out on their social collaboration journey, and so this month I thought I'd share some highlights of one of the case studies that I've published
Below is a list of some best practices that will ensure true security of your SharePoint data: Content needs to be monitored in both real time and on a schedule, using rule based automated processes in such a way as to provide systematic protection of information
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Whether you rely on the workflow you get with an ECM suite or on the heavier functionality of a BPM product, I recommend these 7 best practices. Some of them may be new to you – like how you should plan to fail, avoid razzle dazzle, and apply the 3 Year Rule. 1
This week I will focus on metadata and share some of my best practices for the use of metadata in ECM systems like SharePoint