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Do I Have Too Many meetings? Too Many Emails?

by Craig Roth  |  January 8, 2020

How do you determine if your employees have "too many" meetings?  Too many emails? I've entertained this question many times over the years as part of my interest in "enterprise attention management". ...

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2019: When We Exceeded 1 Billion Knowledge Workers

by Craig Roth  |  December 11, 2019

At some point this year, someone, somewhere in the world started work for the first day of a new job without realizing he was the one billionth knowledge worker currently employed.  It...

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The Importance of Citizen Development and Citizen IT

by Jason Wong  |  October 10, 2019

Business-led IT differs from shadow IT in two vitally important ways. Business-led IT is open and transparent from start to finish, whereas shadow IT is hidden and under the radar...

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Three Starting Points for Digitization

by Lane Severson  |  September 24, 2019

We've been trying to eliminate paper in business processes for a long time. Endless numbers of blog posts have been written, presentations delivered, and projects kicked-off and completed. And yet,...

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Get Content Services Projects out of the Productivity Trap with Digital Dexterity

by Michael Woodbridge  |  September 4, 2019

This post is the first in (beyond Hann's introduction)in our CuSP series.  This will include a great bunch of contributors for this with a huge amount of experience in the...

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Questions and answers about Content Services - an Obituary

by Hanns Koehler  |  April 11, 2017

On the 3rd of April Gartner's content team published a second note in a series that describe Gartner’s changed position and evolution from ECM as a name for a technology market...

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