Setting your ECM or BPM implementation strategy can appear to be pretty straightforward
Is a cloud-based collaboration system in your strategy but those pesky accounting people want an ROI study?
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
8 Reasons You Need a Strategy for Managing Information...Before it's too late View more presentations from Atle Skjekkeland
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
As the average rate of information growth in organizations holds steady at 30-40% per year (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore's law), this is and will continue to create huge problems and liabilities that need to be addressed. More and more people are aware of the problem, but few know how to...
In the current economic conditions, developing and implementing a enterprise information strategy may be the approach that helps your organization weather current storms, and architect a infrastructure that is scalable for future business needs
Build a Communication Strategy. If you wait for the launch of a new project to articulate your communication strategy, you're already on the wrong track
I am often asked where I think the Records and Information Management function should exist within a company's org chart. This question usually comes up in the context of a frustrated practitioner who is having a difficult time getting traction for their ECM program or from business users...
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