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The Information Professional - Advocate

Another important role of the Information Professional is that of content advocate. This is not a gatekeeper role. It’s a role that ensures the best solution for a particular case is implemented and that the content is managed within the guidelines of corporate standards. Information...

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The Information Professional – Diplomat

As people use more web and mobile applications in their personal lives, they’re expecting more out of technology in their professional lives. The role of the Information Professional has become even more important in these new buying cycles. The Information Professional is to minimize the costs...

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Own Your ECM Career

Did any of us choose enterprise content management (ECM) as our career path when we joined the workforce? While there are degree programs in information studies, I think most of our paths were accidental. While we may have accidently entered ECM, the decision to stay has been our own choice. ...

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5 Things Every Boss Can Learn From Millennials and What Millennials Can Learn From Bosses

A while back I read a great article in Forbes written by a millennial titled 5 Things Every Boss Should Know About Working With Millennials . Here are my thoughts after reading the article. I think this title should have been 5 Things Every Boss Can Learn About Millennials and 5...

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Records Management, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Information Governance

My first blog…I’m nervous and excited. I have many ideas for topics swirling around in my head, but I thought the most appropriate topic for my first blog would be a sort of introduction. So, how do I describe my role as a Records Manager? Many of those conversations go...

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Why is it so difficult to recruit good Records Management staff – or is it??

**Views expressed in this blog are my personal views and not those of my employer. Any reference to any living person or organisation, past or present, is entirely co-incidental** Within the last year I have recruited two, experienced, Records Management staff. One was recruited in New York,...

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Records Managers: Break Down the Barriers

(Just Like) Starting Over. I cannot determine if it’s my eternal optimism rearing its ugly head, the state of the economy bouncing back, or my new, fresh work on the horizon, but I’m thinking all things are possible these days. I cannot help myself. The world feels like a...

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Who am I and why do I care about Enterprise 2.0?

This is a quick introduction about who am I and why I care about Enterprise 2.0. Below are a few questions to help you get to known me better. Q: What is your background? A: I have been working in the high-technology sector for over 20 years including stints in telecommunications, digital...

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Why I do this: Part 1

Ever wonder how or why you wind up doing what you do? Sometimes people set out on their career journey with a very specific destination in mind and carefully plan the development of that career along with very specific goals. That is not what happened for me. I fell into the Enterprise Content...

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Yin & Yang

I have two loves: jazz and Records & Information Management. The two are inexorably connected in my mind. I came to appreciate both art forms when I was young—ten years old, to be exact. I was taking notes on a biography of Lady Jane Grey, granddaughter of Henry VIII. Miles Davis...

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