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Theum: die PROJECT CONSULT Newsletter als Wissen aufbereitet

Auf unserem Update Information Management 2016 gab es in München eine kleine Premiere: Coextant stellt das nagelneue Produkt Theum am Beispiel der PROJECT CONSULT Newsletter vor. Theum ist ein intelligentes Werkzeug zur Multi-Channel-Publication von Wissen: http://bit.ly/PCN-Theum . In...


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Knowledge Strategy: Your Leadership Advantage, An AIIM14 presentation

Missed AIIM 2014? Or did you just miss out on a session or three you wanted to see? In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry. Guy St....

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The Future of Records and Information Management Is Today

One of the crucial tasks of records managers is to get the attention of those in the C-suite. The trouble with that is that the C-suite doesn’t care about records. To be honest, I don’t care about records either. When we step back from our worldview and get a bigger picture of the...

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Siri meets Component Authoring – A Productivity Marriage Made in Heaven

In this #AIIM14 preview, Seth Earley provides a glimpse into the how to really get search working for you. After all, you don’t want your folks wasting time simply looking for the information they need. Seth Earley Chief Executive Officer, Earley & Associates, is a well-known expert...

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Knowledge Development and Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge strategy is hard. Even explaining what knowledge management is can be difficult, even to a friend. Guy St. Clair, accompanied by Shannon Spangler and Anne Kershaw, will walk you through how to get started managing knowledge during a panel discussion at #AIIM14. To get ready, understand...

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Designing Knowledge Networks for Impact

Join Kate Pugh in Orlando for her AIIM 2014 session on April 3, The Frontiers of Engagement: Creating Employee Networks to Meet the Challenge of Innovation. She’ll explain why you should care about networks: theyyield lucrative innovation, coordination, local change, and even a refuge for...

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Free Your Users From Knowledge Jail in 2014

What do New Years Resolutions have in common with the more open-ended promises in your 2014 ECM budget? For starters there's that sloppy cultural workplace setting filed under "Change Management." The subtext? Rebrand "the change" as "the way things should have been...

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Empowering End Users via Automation

This is a guest post by Jeremy Thake, AvePoint Vice President of Global Product Innovation and Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professional (MVP). You’ve got your Microsoft SharePoint deployment up and running, and your SharePoint Admins have spent countless hours tidying things up...

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Best ECM Practices: Form Over Function?

Form follows function. Except if you're talking about how most enterprises organize their knowledge assets. From an information management perspective, form is location, document format, default metadata, inherited properties. Function is engagement levels, people, expertise, and dynamics...

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If Knowledge is Power ... Knowledge Management is a Shared Arrangement – How Product KM Differs from Services KM

I recently changed jobs -- from Knowledge Engineer at a product company to knowledge manager at a services firm. Other than the Greater Boston location and uppercase K in the title, the two roles could not be more different. The fact I'll hit the ground running on my search engine...

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