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Policy and Procedure Acknowledgement- The Commitment

[Preface: Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating & “Policy Distribution- Ready to Meet the Parents?” ] The Ultimate Commitment Once you’ve created, reviewed and distributed company policies and procedures you have reached the last phase...

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It’s not Easy Being Simple

When I took motorcycle safety training, the most difficult part of the course was the slow, tight figure 8. In order to execute it successfully, you have to turn your head in the opposite of the direction you are traveling, almost completely over your shoulder, to look in the direction you want...

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 3 of 3 (Storage/Business Policy/Workflow)

Building an effective capture solution – Part 3 of 3 (Storage/Business Policy/Workflow) The real value of capture is realized when the information extracted from images is used within a business process whether this information is used, for example, to kick-off an approval...

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eDiscovery and Records Management, a Perfect Storm?

I have internalized a concept about Records Management and eDiscovery for several years, but it has been made evident to me from working on recent projects that this view of the world of RM is not universally shared. Because of the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure some years...

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Procedures in an Amorphous World

As we were preparing to roll out a new SharePoint solution, one of the users asked us for some screen shots to aid in preparing procedures. I resisted this request because documenting a procedure in a rigid manner undercuts the value of SharePoint. On the other hand, some people just want to go...

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“Yes, I Was Burned but I Call It a Lesson Learned”*

Each morning, I open two tabs in my browser window that refresh all day: The Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times . I find the FT more compelling and informative than TWSJ , but reading both helps me cut through bias. The career advice from FT is significantly better, more...

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Which Collaboration Are We Talking About?

In the AIIM Enterprise 2.0 course there is a discussion around 3 different approaches to collaboration: Interpersonal Content/Context Procedural In the Enterprise 2.0 sphere, we’re constantly using the word “collaboration” but we generally...

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