No, it should be Information Professionals or better yet, Certified Information Professionals
The secure career path may be up in the air for some information management professionals while at the same time the search by HR professionals to recruit talent in information technology (IT) and records management fields is challenging. How do these two important seekers (information management professionals and HR recruiters) in the job market find each other?
As I have been studying the IGRM it has recently dawned on me that a Certified Information Professional is crucial for implementation
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" Information professionals, such as those in the AIIM community, are constantly challenged to keep their skills current
Skjekkeland: Few people have “information professional” as a title, but many have it as a job
Weissman: I’m an independent consultant who provides expert guidance and professional training in process and information management, advising and educating clients about working better and working better together , and deriving maximum total value from their enabling technologies
I am sure some of the Records and Information Management (RIM) professionals were jumping for joy
More than 20,000 professionals have attended the AIIM Certificate Programs covering various aspects of content, records and process management, and the certificate programs provide you with a thorough understanding of a specific topic. AIIM is now taking the bold step of introducing a new information management certification for IT and information professionals. Objective Information is an asset that can be used to change reality/innovate, add value, reduce risks, and improve efficiency, and the new certification will demonstrate to business and technology executives that information professionals know how to manage and leverage information as an asset in support of business objectives
AIIM is now taking the bold step of introducing a new information management certification for IT and information professionals, and I have below tried to describe the objectives of this new certification
Here at AIIM we're making some technology changes that will improve many of the things we do and will allow us to do some new and very interesting things for our global community of information professionals. But as part of that process we ended up in a discussion I thought provided excellent insight into the value of the Certified Information Professional (CIP) certification