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Is Social Enterprise Dead?

Social enterprise is dead...Employees’ eyes glaze over — they think social enterprise tools will be one more thing they have to do and don’t see how it will benefit them

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How Does Enterprise Content Management Work as a Shared Service?

For example, rather than having different departments select and support their own enterprise content management (ECM) systems, the IT department purchases, implements and maintains one system that all departments use

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Your Reading What!

For anyone working in social media and enterprise 2.0 here are a few books that I recommend reading: The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner, Daniel H. Pink Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead by Charlene Li Enterprise 2.0: New Collaborative Tools for Your Organization's Toughest Challenges by Andrew McAfee Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell Grown Up Digital: How the Net Generation is Changing Your World by Don Tapscott Crowdsourcing: Why the Power of the Crowd Is Driving the Future of Business by Jeff Howe What are you reading?

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Enhancing Information Management in Health Care

To achieve meaningful use as defined is one thing but to truly be useful and effective takes more effort and extension across and beyond an enterprise. Improvement in our information management practices and supporting processes – a topic on the Keynote Panel in which I will participate next week in Chicago at the World Congress Leadership Summit on Process Improvement and Business Excellence in Health Care - that enable us to maximize our efficiencies and effectiveness throughout the enterprise. This is where I see a complementary fit between EHR and ECM (Enterprise Content Management) in that under an ECM umbrella, using established standards and practices for records and process management, health care organizations can truly benefit in information sharing and meeting the goals of meaningful use through interoperability, flexibility and extension across and beyond the enterprise. EHR focused on its purpose and ECM taking to to the enterprise level and a more standardized environment

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IT and the Millennials: Bridging the chasm

Much has been written about the Millennials / digital natives / MySpace / Facebook / latest social phenomenon generation entering the world of work and disrupting the traditional IT department. This is a generation that is accustomed to getting information in real-time: the Millennials have...

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Why I don’t need ECM!

ECM or Enterprise Content Management, as Margaret Rouse explains, is a set of defined processes that allow a corporation, agency or organization to obtain, organize, store and deliver information crucial to its operation in the most effective manner possible

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John Mancini discusses how to navigate some of today's biggest business challenges

Recently we had a chance to talk with John Mancini, President and CEO of AIIM, and hear his candid thoughts on some of the business world's most pressing issues today. Mancini is very direct about the scale and impact of the challenges organizations are facing right now with what he...

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