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Why implement a BPM Strategy in your business?

Implementing a successful Business Process Management strategy can go a significant way towards creating an improved and sustainable competitive advantage and performance for many businesses, adding value to an organization by improving processes and achieving an optimal outcome. In simple terms, it is a philosophy of allowing management to focus on continuously changing and improving the business to make it more effective, and to make a significant contribution to its strategy and objectives

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Hallelujah! Business is supplanting technology as a strategy touchstone

So why would you base your strategy development on something so ephemeral?...#RFP #BusinessProcessManagement #business #planning #strategy #ElectronicRecordsManagement

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Join us September 8th to discuss social strategies, use cases and governance frameworks

Social Business Conference, September 8, 2011 View more presentations from Atle Skjekkeland . #governance #enterprise2.0 #SocialBusiness #AIIM

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Social Business Virtual Event: Dianne Kelley and Aligning Strategy and Governance with Business Requirements

I hope that by the end of my session you will be enlightened to the fact that if your company isn’t already looking at a strategy and establishing governance around social media, it needs to do so quickly

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“Sneak Peek” interviews with speakers at AIIM’s Social Business Virtual Conference

Register for the AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference at http://www.aiim.org/SocBizCon f Ming Kwan, Marketing Manager, Nokia Share to Connect Jacob Morgan, Principal, The Chess Media Group The Business Impact of Collaboration Steve Ressler, Founder, GovLoop.com The Story of GovLoop.com Jesse Wilkins, Director, Systems of Engagement, AIIM Developing a Twitter Policy Dianne Kelley, Director, Records Management, Viacom Aligning Strategy and Governance with Business Requirements Gayle Weiswasser, Vice President, Social Media Communications, Discovery Communications How Discovery Engages with their Audience Bob Larrivee, Director, AIIM How Mobile Devices Will Transform Paper Processes Ken Bisconti, IBM Social Media Meets Enterprise Content Management Debra Logan, Vice President, Gartner Key Issues for Enterprise Information Management Claire Flanagan, Director, Social Business Strategy, CSC Getting Beyond the Field of Dreams: Building a Successful Social Business Strategy, Inside and Out If you're looking for answers to these questions, you really should attend

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Preventing Productivity "Leakage"

Your plans should include a detailed search strategy. Have you adopted a metadata strategy? This is a key component of your search strategy, but concentrates more around understanding the kinds of content/data/artifacts within your system

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Social Business Virtual Event: Debra Logan and Key Issues for Enterprise Information Management 2011

In particular I will describe a framework for identifying and developing information governance drivers and strategies for achieving them, particularly as they apply to social business technologies

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In SharePoint, Social Tools = Personal Productivity

Many companies, whether considering further investment in their SharePoint 2007 deployments or planning upgrades to SharePoint 2010, are reviewing their social media strategies

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