Content Management – Systems

As I have tried to make clear in other parts of this series, content management plans have many components and installing a new system, or repurposing an existing system, is only one part. However, systems must be taken into account, because in conjunction with all...

Content Management – Culture

Culture is one of the most important aspects to take into consideration when developing a content management plan. It is also important to note inefficient processes or practices that need improvement. The key is to be respectful of organizational culture and to...

Content Management Plans – People

Take a look at the overview and the post on components. People need the right information at the right time for the right price. The people in your organization are the most important part of your company. They do the work. They save the documents. They look for...

Content Management Plans – the Components

Please read the first post in this series. A Content Management Plan consists of the following parts: People Culture Systems Process Audit and Control There are also other considerations and I usually include a summary when I present to a client. The above are the...

Cutting to the Bone Isn’t Enough

I was pleased to see an article about legal engineers recently. I was not pleased that the author thought that IT Department folks were the only ones capable of this type of job. My latest thought having to do with the sad state of law firms is that law firm...

Content Management Plans

I worked with a client recently on a contract that turned into a project to develop a content management plan. This will be the first in a series of posts about content management plans. Content has a value in the same way that software or furniture has value. If...