Setting your ECM or BPM implementation strategy can appear to be pretty straightforward...Yet are strategies revolving around these cornerstones in the right manner?
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
Is a cloud-based collaboration system in your strategy but those pesky accounting people want an ROI study? A content information management (CIM) system may be more difficult to calculate the ROI due to a number of factors: Many CIM systems being purchased are departmental systems that are considered supplemental to an existing system
As a consultant, I have found it interesting how amazingly unaware many companies are about the need for a information management strategy
How do you plan a successful information management solution implementation?...In AIIM's Electronic Records Management and Enterprise Content Management master courses , we spend four whole days discussing these concepts
The better you apply information management principles, the easier this is. 3
Conservation and management of unstructured content is primarily an enterprise project, but individually we also have to "deal" with the continuous daily flow of information or "disconnect" sometimes!
8 Reasons You Need a Strategy for Managing Information...Before it's too late This is a copy of the keynote I gave last month at Docflow 2010 in Moscow
There have been many statements about the Information Governance, the first declarations of intent but also the first communication of strategies
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