Tag: laurence hart

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Information Management

Now Is the Time to Be Strategic With Content Management

Following a year when content management solutions were hastily slapped in place, now's the time to assess the state of content management in your organization.

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Information Management

The 5 Most Important Things We’ve Learned About Enterprise Content Management

In the decades since ECM first emerged, we've learned a lot about “how” to make ECM work. Here are five of the biggest lessons.

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Digital Workplace

It's Time We Ditch Our Dependence on Paper

While you and your organization may not be fully in control of your paper destiny, that doesn't mean you have to keep processing paper.

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Employee Experience

Planning a Return to the Office? Don't Forget to Do This One Thing

Today is a good day to ask employees their opinion on the return to the office.

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Information Management

Don't Let Information Debt Drag Your Digital Transformation Down

Digital transformation can provide great value when done properly. Don't let unmanaged information debt undo that value over time.

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Information Management

Using Content Patterns to Improve Content Management

Thinking about, adapting and reusing content patterns is a great way to build on past successes and avoid past failures.

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Digital Workplace

Being Agile in a Non-Agile World

Working in a high-performing agile team is a blessing and a curse.

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Digital Workplace

Let's Think Bigger With Our Digital Workplaces in 2021

We've been trying to digitize and allow people to work from anywhere for the last 20 years. We need to think bigger.

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Digital Workplace

Digital Transformation: Achieving Old Goals With a New Recipe

Digital transformation is, and always has been, about the people and how they get work done.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Is Microsoft Teams the New SharePoint?

Microsoft cannot win the collaboration crown until it redefines success from making online collaboration bearable to actually making it great.

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Information Management

Content Services Come in 3 Flavors

When looking at content in an enterprise, there are three basic types of content: collaborative, archival and transactional.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Online Collaboration Needs Human Intervention

Until the tools and new best practices on using them evolve, it is up to leaders to see the communication challenges and step in when things go wrong.

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Leadership

Check In With Your Employees Without Adding Stress

As a leader, you need to establish a foundation that helps your people stay grounded, at least in their work life.

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Digital Workplace

What Will 'Normal' Look Like in the Workplace?

Finding the right balance between the physical and virtual workplace will determine our success in the eventual new normal.

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Digital Workplace

Your Process Pain Points Are Crying Out for Digital Attention

Those digital pain points you’ve been noticing recently? They’re not happening because everyone’s working remotely, they're just more visible because of that.

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Collaboration & Productivity

The Sudden Move to Remote Work Unearthed Years of Bad Tech Decisions

The saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is often used as an excuse to not update technology. But sometimes you won't know it's broken until it's too late.

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Employee Experience

Guess What? User Experience Matters for Employees, Too

Stop me if this sounds familiar: a system gets upgraded to make things easier for the business at the expense of the people who use the system.