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Knowledge Strategy: Your Leadership Advantage, An AIIM14 presentation

Clair presented: Knowledge Strategy: Your Leadership Advantage. Engage, Process, Control are all fundamental goals of a corporate knowledge strategy, supporting business objectives and significantly reducing costs and legal risks. This panel discussion links knowledge strategy to these goals and describes how an effective knowledge strategy leads to organizational effectiveness and mission-specific success, while helping to reduce legal risks such as e-discovery and privacy breach. Panelists will also describe how knowledge strategy development connects to career success for AIIM members

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3 Keys to Develop a Collaboration Strategy around SharePoint

If you are thinking about your overall collaboration strategy and how to best leverage SharePoint, there are 3 things you need to understand before you develop your approach: 1...Is your strategy focused on project teams with a limited number of users?

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Knowledge Development and Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge strategy is hard...He is well known as a speaker about the role of knowledge strategy and knowledge services in organizational effectiveness

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AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference – A Teaser

Sneak Peek at other Social Business Virtual Conference speakers' sessions: Ming Kwan: Share to Connect Gayle Weiswasser: How Discovery Engages with their Audience Jacob Morgan: The Business Impact of Collaboration Steve Ressler: The Story of GovLoop.com Jesse Wilkins: Developing a Twitter Policy Dianne Kelley: Aligning Strategy and Governance with Business Requirements #conference #E20 #AIIM #Collaboration #Knowledgeworker

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Coffee, KM, and Information Overload

We can learn that the keys to a successful KM initiative and ultimately a successful enterprise deployment and adoption of Microsoft SharePoint lie in the strategy, the people, the process, and the execution. It is important to have a good partner for implementation of the platform, one that addresses these specific areas: strategy, change management, process excellence, systems integration, and delivery management

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Let Strongest Need Drive Development of Social Business Communities

Part of Jason’s strategy for lead generation includes dramatically expanding the number of employees empowered to identify and initiate leads

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