Category Archives: Managing Change

KMWorld 2011 Conference Notes

I was fortunate enough to attend KMWorld2011 in Washington D.C. this. The line up of speakers was impressive and from all over the world. Here is a brief summary of my take-aways from the conference. 1. The same challenges are … Continue reading

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PSEngage.org – Weaving a Tapestry of Ideas and People

On November 22, 2011 at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa, there is going to be a very interesting conference taking place called PS Engage 2011.  As it says on the homepage “PS Engage is about weaving together … Continue reading

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Enterprise 2.0 and Compliance Environments – Are they mutually exclusive?

If you’ve been following my twitter stream @IM4WARD you will know that I’ve been following the Enterprise2.0 Conference in Boston very closely.  A good summary of the sessions is provided by Bill Ives and by Cecil Dijoux among many others … Continue reading

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A New Service Model For Records Management

I was at an ARMA lecture series this week in which the topic of discussion was the lifecycle management of records – was it truly a lifecycle or is it more of a continuum and how do you present that … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture

Information management marries the classification of information with the information and communication technologies.  The Enterprise Architecture stage of the IM Model is the bridge between those two elements. The definition for enterprise architecture provided by the Institute for Enterprise Architecture … Continue reading

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