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Why best-practices are the best practice

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?

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The need for SharePoint best practices

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

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A Lost Practice: Stamping

I was reminiscing the other day with a friend about how when we began our careers in a time that only mainframe computers with dumb terminals existed – I know I am dating myself again – there was a practice in place to mark copies or duplicates when they were made

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The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good - Getting on the Right Side of the 80/20 Rule

I was in Edmonton, Alberta last week presenting at the first AIIM Western Canada chapter session to be held there. It was a big success and I want to thank Damian Hollow, Steve Widen and the entire AIIM Western Canada board for their efforts in organizing this fantastic event. For those of you...

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More Fundamentals of a Successful Records and Information Management Strategy

My recent two-part series on the Fundamentals of a Successful Records and Information Management Strategy (which you can find here: Part 1 | Part 2 ) seems to have struck a nerve. I received several interesting comments and some great feedback. None better than from Bruno Wildhaber ...

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