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A Challenge to Records and Information Managers

The same is true with records and information management. Too often the focus is placed on “records” and not “information

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The Night When Santa Visited An Information Manager

With all the information my team manages, to keep track of the children around the world and deliver presents in one night, I feel like I can provide some aid...“Santa all of these tools are way beyond my organization’s information management budget

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The CIP Applied: An AIIM Case Study

Here at AIIM we're making some technology changes that will improve many of the things we do and will allow us to do some new and very interesting things for our global community of information professionals. But as part of that process we ended up in a discussion I thought provided excellent insight into the value of the Certified Information Professional (CIP) certification

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CIP and Continuing Education

This requirement can generally be filled in one of two ways: either the certified professional can take the then-current exam periodically (which presumably is being updated regularly), or the professional can do continuing education in the areas covered by the exam. Most certifications offer a framework for continuing education and the Certified Information Professional (CIP) is no different

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The Recipe For An Innovative RIM Culture

He recently wrote a post entitled "Innovate or Die: 3 Ways to Stay Ahead of the Curve" and it got me thinking about how each of us can create a culture of innovation in information governance

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Why I Am Excited To Take The CIP Exam

Each job I've had since then been a stepping stone to my preparation for the Certified Information Professional Exam. I've worked as a database/information manager for a small non-profit

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Why Vendor Should Support AIIM's CIP Program

AIIM just relaunched the Certified Information Professional (CIP) Program

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Survey shows CIP = more money!

What we found was the following: 64 percent of business executives would prefer to hire a Certified Information Professional (CIP) versus a non-certified candidate. 76 percent of business executives would pay a CIP a salary premium. Of these, 45 percent indicated that they would pay more than a 10 percent salary premium. 61 percent of business executives would prefer consultants that hold the CIP designation over those who do not. 62 percent of business executives think having CIP-certified staff would enhance the perception of their organization in the industry 60 percent of business executives would prefer CIP-certified IT staff. 66 percent of business executives think having CIP-certified staff would improve their ability to find, manage and exploit their information assets across the enterprise

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CIP Nouveau

If the CIP is going to thrive going forward, it’s going to need a concerted effort from AIIM, CIP holders / candidates, and CIP beneficiaries (orgs that use information – all of them!)


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CIP Exam Lessons Learned

CIP Exam Lessons Learned Some lucky attendees at the AIIM 2012 conference paid in advance for discounted vouchers to cover the registration fee for taking the Certified Information Professional exam. This is a multiple-choice 100 question exam that tests your knowldege in each of six specific information management domains

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