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Will We Ever Get This Right

I don't normally cross-post but a short week and a medical issue has me focused on design vs. production and the value of the things we do and don't do. Almost every IT shop has an inventory of projects. Some have been on the shelf for a long time and curiously, some pop into inventory...

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When Information Becomes a Liability

A while back I wrote a couple of posts ( one and two ) about attempting to value information as an asset, carried on the balance sheet. I took a very accounting oriented approach, and I think I’ve made some progress. This post follows, after a fashion, those two previous posts. ...

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More on Pickers

Last month Bryant Duhon mentioned a little bit about my presentation on April 2 at 2 in Orlando at AIIM 2014 titled “From Hoarders to Pickers and Pawn Stars.” Recently, while watching American Pickers (for research purposes) I discovered another area where success in ECM utilizes...

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Whose Design is it?

Last week on a different blog, I talked about how we are using SharePoint to manage the voting for a Holiday Door Decorating contest in our office. Marc D. Anderson commented that: “This is one of those fun little applications that I could get totally lost in. It would be an awesome...

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ECM is What?

It started on Laurence Hart’s great Word of Pie blog when he pronounced ECM as having died or almost died and been reincarnated or perhaps it is awaiting reincarnation as a series of services. I suggested that ECM isn’t a product, but rather that ECM is an activity. In other words,...

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I Think I Can – Valuing Information Pt 2

Some weeks ago (2013-10-7 to be exact) I posted this about trying to assign value to information. Thanks to the discussions the post generated on Linkedin and on this blog I realised I was approaching the issue from the wrong angle. Doug Laney (of Gartner & the Center for Infonomics ...

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I Can’t, Can You? Valuing Information

NB: I’m using “information” in an all-encompassing context in this post so that I don’t have to differentiate between data, content, and information. Information is a tool; no one buys a tool for the sake of the tool. People buy tools for what can be produced with them...

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Finding Value in ECM

We often hear of benefits resulting from an ECM initiative and find many seeking to identify the benefits related to ECM but what of value? If you ask someone for the meaning of benefit in relation to ECM, the response might be that it will provide something, an anticipated result or return. You...

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Systems of Engagement - A bridge too near? Where I disagree with the study

It’s now about a year since AIIM first introduced their study “Systems of Engagement and the future if Enterprise IT” (led by Geoffrey Moore). While the concept resonates well with customers, I have some fundamental issues with some of the specific messaging. Read here and...

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Rightshifting SharePoint with 21apps Org Shift Model (Part 1)

This post is just a taster for an initial series of blog posts going into some depth around the 21apps Organisational Shift model for changing the way people work and delivering organisational outcomes with the SharePoint platform. One concept you will hear us talk about a great deal is...

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