We spend a lot of time advocating for process improvement everywhere we can – the proven thinking being that even the best information available loses value if it can’t be effectively shared and leveraged. But there’s one element that consistently goes missing that warrants special attention: the need to anticipate circumstances beyond our control and […]
Being an information consultant/analyst is a lot like being a parent in that I get to watch companies come into the world, struggle to gain acceptance, and learn to be a force unto themselves (or not). I’m not sure Alfresco yet represents a capital-F force, but after spending two intensive days with their executives, customers, […]
This 3-Minute Drill troubleshoots a typical municipality’s information challenges as it strives to meet its Open Government commitment. TL:DR Chances are the documents you need are hard to find and are hard to validate because: They’re in different departments, scattered all across the city; They’re in different computer systems; and As often as not, they’re […]
Our very own Kevin Parker has written another stellar piece on the importance of information architecture to information governance. You can read it in ARMA’s Information Management Magazine – and if you want to learn more, register for Kevin’s ARMA iMasters Webinar on February 27. He IS a busy boy!