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A Simple Model for Information Governance, Part 3 of 3

Introduction In the previous installments (January 17 and January 26, 2014), I discussed my difficulties with the current definitions of “Information Governance,” a hierarchical view of Governance and Management, and the nature of the activities at each level. This installment looks...

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A Simple Model for Information Governance, Part 2 of 3

Introduction In the first installment of this piece, on January 17, I introduced “Information Governance,” and the squishiness of the term. Do people use “Governance” because it is more theoretical, loftier, sexier, or current, or does it sell more product or services...

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A Simple Model for Information Governance, Part 1 of 3

Introduction As I looked for a textbook to use for a course I am teaching to MBA students at Rice University on Information Governance, I discovered that, while many books have “Information Governance” in the title, none of them really matched with my own working definition of the...

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Site vs. Library

Over a year ago, I wrote a blog entry about how we were downsizing several SharePoint sites to document libraries instead. It turned out that the library was the only feature of the sites that were being used, and a well-defined library looks better than an unused team site. This week, I find...

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Governance Gone! Wild!

While to some the acronym, ‘GGW’ might conjure up beautiful visions of fancy tour buses traveling the country capturing everything in sight on video for the whole world to see (as long as you pay the $9.99 per DVD, or opt for the $19.99 for full-DVD collection, or get their online...

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Creating an ECM Organization Structure: Part 2 - Sample Structures

In Part 1 of this post I talked about the roles and responsibilities that make up an ECM program team. In this edition I will share some sample organization structures and discuss some considerations when creating an ECM team within your organization. Before I go on I wanted to thank everyone...

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Creating an ECM Organization Structure: Part 1 - Building Your Team

Part 2 of this post is now available Creating the right organizational structure for your ECM program can set the stage for success. In the first of a two part article, I will talk about the roles and responsibilities that should be included in your ECM team. But first, a caveat. The roles...

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Semantic Analysis and Mapping of Search Related Information

Information overload can be a daunting problem that can put an entire business process to a halt. Thus, developing methods that help us organize and analyze information in a concise and meaningful way are of paramount importance. Business and non-profit / government organizations nowadays use...

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Remember – They Have a Day Job

Today’s title is the most important bit of advice I can give you to consider about your users when deploying SharePoint. Seriously, your job is SharePoint, or something that caused you to select SharePoint as a solution, but their job is accounts payable, or engineering, or human resources...

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