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  • More Success with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Implementations | Welkom op ITpedia
    project Loon blijkt hoogvlieger 5 december 2014 Sinterklaas koopt veel meer online 5 december 2014 Sonylek gegevens 47 000 werknemers les voor elk bedrijf 5 december 2014 Toegang Inloggen RSS Feed Aanvullingen RSS More Success with Enterprise Content Management ECM Implementations Companies find out the hard way that the implementation of Enterprise Content Management ECM is an expensive adventure and a long journey Therefore the question comes to one s mind why this is the case And also what can we do to maximize the success and reduce the costs the same time What Makes a ECM a Hard Project to Undertake When a web site does not bring the turnover attract the traffic it was supposed to it is good starting point to have web consultants and more specific Search Engine Optimization SEO consultants assess the website Their primary finding is usually that information architecture of the site is unclear This means that for an untrained visitor it is hard to find the information he needs And even worse it means that search engines cannot decide what is information important enough to be found In the old Information Engineering days we also had an Information Architecture It defined how a person executing a process or function could access information and manipulate it If the architecture the basis of the Information Systems was OK then it was certain that the results was a functional system which also was maintainable So it seems little has changed since the old days This implies that if you don t make up your mind up clearly from the start it will become a difficult journey Cluster the information you want present around themes and use different view points to do that Improvement of ECM Success A Checklist Web Content Management WCM software is expensive

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  • Content | Welkom op ITpedia
    Het opvallendste nieuws volgens Jeroen Verberg 5 december 2014 IBM zet Watson nu gratis aan het werk 5 december 2014 Vier organisaties die de networked economy begrijpen 5 december 2014 ICTWaarborg stelt inkoopvoorwaarden ICT bedrijven op 5 december 2014 Fujitsu ontwikkelt slimme kleine krachtige RFID tag 5 december 2014 IBM hokt nu ook met Docker 5 december 2014 Exchange Server patch alsnog onderdeel Patch Tuesday 5 december 2014 Google project Loon blijkt hoogvlieger 5 december 2014 Sinterklaas koopt veel meer online 5 december 2014 Sonylek gegevens 47 000 werknemers les voor elk bedrijf 5 december 2014 Toegang Inloggen RSS Feed Aanvullingen RSS content Gebruik de 521 IT checklisten van ITpedia met in totaal 22022 vragen Zoek in de omschrijvingen Omschrijving Aantal vragen IT projectfasering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Application Services Library ASL Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Continuïteit Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Kwaliteitsattributen Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Functies in de automatisering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Webdesign Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Of zoek naar een woord Fulltekst Laatst gebruikt Exploitatie en auditing op 2014 12 06 17 57 Checklist Toezenden van eerdere beoordelingen per e mail E mailadres applicatiebeheer ASL beheer beveiliging BiSL checklisten copyright formulier Het Nieuwe Werken HNW internet kosten kwaliteit Management methodologie outsoursing project projectfasering projectmanagement SEO Sociale software social media uitbesteden web 2 0 websites WP Cumulus Flash tag cloud by Roy Tanck requires Flash Player 9 or better Yesterday Content Is King Today Content Was King People tend to neglect that to make a web page worthwhile for a search engine to index it must contain content Otherwise it will not attract attention A recent article of Jim Singer of AT Kearney sheds some light on this intriguing matter Jim discusses the new DNA of content and how to use it to Van Hans Lodder op 5 februari 2011 Adviezen Analyses 1 aanvulling Tags content internet SEO Checklisten 3 More Success with Enterprise Content Management ECM Implementations Companies find out the hard way that the implementation of Enterprise Content Management ECM is an expensive adventure and a long journey Therefore the question comes to one s mind why this is the case And also what can we do to maximize the success and reduce the costs the same time What Makes a ECM a Hard Project to Undertake When a web site does not bring the turnover attract the traffic it was supposed to it is good starting point to have web consultants and more specific Search Engine Optimization SEO consultants assess the website Their primary finding is usually that information architecture of the site is unclear This means that for an untrained visitor it is hard to find the information he needs And even worse it means that search engines cannot decide what is information important enough to be found In the old Information Engineering days we also had an Information Architecture It defined how a person executing a process or function could access information and manipulate it If the architecture the basis of the Information

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  • ECM | Welkom op ITpedia
    alsnog onderdeel Patch Tuesday 5 december 2014 Google project Loon blijkt hoogvlieger 5 december 2014 Sinterklaas koopt veel meer online 5 december 2014 Sonylek gegevens 47 000 werknemers les voor elk bedrijf 5 december 2014 Toegang Inloggen RSS Feed Aanvullingen RSS ECM Gebruik de 521 IT checklisten van ITpedia met in totaal 22022 vragen Zoek in de omschrijvingen Omschrijving Aantal vragen IT projectfasering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Application Services Library ASL Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Continuïteit Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Kwaliteitsattributen Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Functies in de automatisering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Webdesign Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Of zoek naar een woord Fulltekst Laatst gebruikt Exploitatie en auditing op 2014 12 06 17 57 Checklist Toezenden van eerdere beoordelingen per e mail E mailadres applicatiebeheer ASL beheer beveiliging BiSL checklisten copyright formulier Het Nieuwe Werken HNW internet kosten kwaliteit Management methodologie outsoursing project projectfasering projectmanagement SEO Sociale software social media uitbesteden web 2 0 websites WP Cumulus Flash tag cloud by Roy Tanck requires Flash Player 9 or better More Success with Enterprise Content Management ECM Implementations Companies find out the hard way that the implementation of Enterprise Content Management ECM is an expensive adventure and a long journey Therefore the question comes to one s mind why this is the case And also what can we do to maximize the success and reduce the costs the same time What Makes a ECM a Hard Project to Undertake When a web site does not bring the turnover attract the traffic it was supposed to it is good starting point to have web consultants and more specific Search Engine Optimization SEO consultants assess the website Their primary finding is usually that information architecture of the site is unclear This means that for an untrained visitor it is hard to find

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  • Driving Change: Drive Safely (Checklist) | Welkom op ITpedia
    managing My checklist helps business management and gives them a head start for managing change Why Is Change Management Difficult The problem is not really unique Changes are of all times Changes in the world politics and otherwise Business changes like competitors technology business goals and approach organization processes and IT systems Everything changes and all the time Nothing new here It becomes more interesting if you want to drive change and perhaps even drive radical change And wanting to do that and more often the need to do that is also of all times beautiful dreams of a new future a burning ambition or forced by circumstances Nothing new here either It becomes even more interesting is you want the result of the change within upfront predefined limits You want to design the steps knowing if you follow this path you are sure that the result will be somewhere within the agreed range Driving this kind of change is not for the faint of heart Is There Literature Available Ironically there is a lot of literature around this subject From many perspectives the subject change is discussed and interpreted In the early days of Information Engineering IE around 1990 change management or implementation management as it then was called was even one of the most famous parts Managing the change of IT An interesting fact if you take into account that IE was all about planning the IT architecture and systems In 2000 Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert Sutton published at the Harvard University Press the book The knowing Doing Gap All you always wanted to know about why organizations do not learn form their failures and never will Complete with checklists hellips And a couple of years ago the McKinsey Quarterly paid a lot of attention to this subject Driving radical change Among others the authors incorporated scientific work on releasing organizational energy Here also a lot of practical advice you can follow A Best Practices Checklist In this paragraph as a head start I will present you my personal guidance rules which incorporate suggestions from literature and many more references than I cited earlier as well as from my personal experience Successful transformations from an existing situation to a new way of living have several points in common Personal involvement You are the leader Without personal involvement nobody will follow Without emotion no change A program like this has principally a chaotic nature You must guard boundaries What to tolerate and what not You must have the willingness to lead the transformation program as well as to bear with the long term duration of it If you get bored or perhaps even worse you are lost Nothing will change the way you originally wanted it nor in its direction Well articulated aspirations Clearly stated ambitions and desires expressed in SMART specific measurable articulated realistic and timeliness KBR s key business requirements and KPI s key performance indicators If you don t know how the future would look like

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  • Changemanagement | Welkom op ITpedia
    De ervaring leert dat het geen zin heeft om tijd te rekken of de regelgeving onvolledig door te voeren Wat wel werkt is de nieuwe regelgeving tijdelijk op een geïsoleerd PC systeem uit te voeren zodat tijd ontstaat om de nieuwe informatiebehoefte goed in het informatiesysteem in te bouwen Klik op de titel voor het gehele artikel Van Wim Hoogenraad op 26 januari 2011 Best practices Organisatie Aanvullen Tags changemanagement maatwerk release Checklisten 3 Driving Change Drive Safely Checklist I ran into an executive manager who sighed about failing to implement change He had everybody lined up for and agreed to an important and major business process change However almost nobody had implemented the agreed change And he asked himself the question whether it would help to fire them all and start again Or send them to reformatory center My opinion Maybe that does the trick but I don t think so Introduction What probably happened is that all agreed on the what but not on the how And change management is a difficult and complex issue especially breaking the trend with the old behavior and to start with making time for new activities Once people start changing their behavior and getting used to the new way of living it becomes more easy But the change will never be self managing My checklist helps business management and gives them a head start for managing change Why Is Change Management Difficult The problem is not really unique Changes are of all times Changes in the world politics and otherwise Business changes like competitors technology business goals and approach organization processes and IT systems Everything changes and all the time Nothing new here It becomes more interesting if you want to drive change and perhaps even drive radical change And wanting to do that and more often the need to do that is also of all times beautiful dreams of a new future a burning ambition or forced by circumstances Nothing new here either It becomes even more interesting is you want the result of the change within upfront predefined limits You want to design the steps knowing if you follow this path you are sure that the result will be somewhere within the agreed range Driving this kind of change is not for the faint of heart Is There Literature Available Ironically there is a lot of literature around this subject From many perspectives the subject change is discussed and interpreted In the early days of Information Engineering IE around 1990 change management or implementation management as it then was called was even one of the most famous parts Managing the change of IT An interesting fact if you take into account that IE was all about planning the IT architecture and systems In 2000 Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert Sutton published at the Harvard University Press the book The knowing Doing Gap All you always wanted to know about why organizations do not learn form their failures and never will Complete

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  • SMART | Welkom op ITpedia
    I ran into an executive manager who sighed about failing to implement change He had everybody lined up for and agreed to an important and major business process change However almost nobody had implemented the agreed change And he asked himself the question whether it would help to fire them all and start again Or send them to reformatory center My opinion Maybe that does the trick but I don t think so Introduction What probably happened is that all agreed on the what but not on the how And change management is a difficult and complex issue especially breaking the trend with the old behavior and to start with making time for new activities Once people start changing their behavior and getting used to the new way of living it becomes more easy But the change will never be self managing My checklist helps business management and gives them a head start for managing change Why Is Change Management Difficult The problem is not really unique Changes are of all times Changes in the world politics and otherwise Business changes like competitors technology business goals and approach organization processes and IT systems Everything changes and all the time Nothing new here It becomes more interesting if you want to drive change and perhaps even drive radical change And wanting to do that and more often the need to do that is also of all times beautiful dreams of a new future a burning ambition or forced by circumstances Nothing new here either It becomes even more interesting is you want the result of the change within upfront predefined limits You want to design the steps knowing if you follow this path you are sure that the result will be somewhere within the agreed range Driving this kind of change is not for the faint of heart Is There Literature Available Ironically there is a lot of literature around this subject From many perspectives the subject change is discussed and interpreted In the early days of Information Engineering IE around 1990 change management or implementation management as it then was called was even one of the most famous parts Managing the change of IT An interesting fact if you take into account that IE was all about planning the IT architecture and systems In 2000 Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert Sutton published at the Harvard University Press the book The knowing Doing Gap All you always wanted to know about why organizations do not learn form their failures and never will Complete with checklists hellips And a couple of years ago the McKinsey Quarterly paid a lot of attention to this subject Driving radical change Among others the authors incorporated scientific work on releasing organizational energy Here also a lot of practical advice you can follow A Best Practices Checklist In this paragraph as a head start I will present you my personal guidance rules which incorporate suggestions from literature and many more references than I cited earlier as well as

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  • The Complexity Reduction Checklist | Welkom op ITpedia
    veel meer online 5 december 2014 Sonylek gegevens 47 000 werknemers les voor elk bedrijf 5 december 2014 Toegang Inloggen RSS Feed Aanvullingen RSS The Complexity Reduction Checklist The 5Whys methodology is a very good approach to arrive at lean systems and to reduce complexity But it has a steep learning curve Therefore an example The Complexity Reduction Checklist Example Interaction Management Some thinking about this reminded me of an article in the McKinsey Quarterly on interaction management This article published in 1997 and well worth your reading discusses the consequences if people can more easily find the products and services they are looking for and need less time to find the information they are looking for This makes it possible to compare products and services easily and act upon that Definition of Interaction Management McKinsey defines economic interaction management as The way individuals and organizations try to find the right party with which to exchange something information goods or otherwise To arrange manage and integrate the activities associated with this exchange To monitor performance The McKinsey researchers predict that when interaction becomes more easy transparency will grow and goods and services will become much cheaper People will have more time to perform other activities Hence the added value of activities will increase fast We all know that this prediction from way back has become true and is still becoming more important Information at your fingertips and that kind of stuff It also introduces the need for new regulatory processes like information governance The Interaction Management Obsolete Assumptions Checklist McKinsey also provides a page with suggestions to challenge the old assumptions Chances are large that those assumptions have become obsolete today or will be in the near future Let me give you some examples which can double as the examples of 5Whys you required What Are Your Options These questions suppose that your business could change significantly as a result of increasing interaction With significantly I mean 50 or more The why question is used here to indicate that reflection is mandatory Of course it is possible to provide an easy answer but that probably won t help you You should consider as possible action types free to Paul Watzlawick c s Pragmatics of Human Communication I will not change my company I will reduce the interaction in my company I will increase the interaction in my company I will go for a radical business change Customer Service Questions So what would you do if You could double your revenue by using the Internet for Marketing and Sales Why Your customers could easily compare your products and services with other offers And go shopping elsewhere Why Special and currently added value products and services became a commodity and simple standard products tend to disappear Why Business Configuration Questions What would you do if Your purchase costs became significantly lower Why Your business process operation costs became significantly lower Why This influenced your mission and strategy significantly Why Through the enhanced

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  • Complexity | Welkom op ITpedia
    december 2014 Fujitsu ontwikkelt slimme kleine krachtige RFID tag 5 december 2014 IBM hokt nu ook met Docker 5 december 2014 Exchange Server patch alsnog onderdeel Patch Tuesday 5 december 2014 Google project Loon blijkt hoogvlieger 5 december 2014 Sinterklaas koopt veel meer online 5 december 2014 Sonylek gegevens 47 000 werknemers les voor elk bedrijf 5 december 2014 Toegang Inloggen RSS Feed Aanvullingen RSS Complexity Gebruik de 521 IT checklisten van ITpedia met in totaal 22022 vragen Zoek in de omschrijvingen Omschrijving Aantal vragen IT projectfasering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Application Services Library ASL Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Continuïteit Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Kwaliteitsattributen Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Functies in de automatisering Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Webdesign Bestaat uit meerdere checklisten Of zoek naar een woord Fulltekst Laatst gebruikt Exploitatie en auditing op 2014 12 06 17 57 Checklist Toezenden van eerdere beoordelingen per e mail E mailadres applicatiebeheer ASL beheer beveiliging BiSL checklisten copyright formulier Het Nieuwe Werken HNW internet kosten kwaliteit Management methodologie outsoursing project projectfasering projectmanagement SEO Sociale software social media uitbesteden web 2 0 websites WP Cumulus Flash tag cloud by Roy Tanck requires Flash Player 9 or better The Complexity Reduction Checklist The 5Whys methodology is a very good approach to arrive at lean systems and to reduce complexity But it has a steep learning curve Therefore an example The Complexity Reduction Checklist Example Interaction Management Some thinking about this reminded me of an article in the McKinsey Quarterly on interaction management This article published in 1997 and well worth your reading discusses the consequences if people can more easily find the products and services they are looking for and need less time to find the information they are looking for This makes it possible to compare products and services easily and act upon that Definition of Interaction Management McKinsey defines economic interaction management as The way individuals and organizations try to find the right party with which to exchange something information goods or otherwise To arrange manage and integrate the activities associated with this exchange To monitor performance The McKinsey researchers predict that when interaction becomes more easy transparency will grow and goods and services will become much cheaper People will have more time to perform other activities Hence the added value of activities will increase fast We all know that this prediction from way back has become true and is still becoming more important Information at your fingertips and that kind of stuff It also introduces the need for new regulatory processes like information governance The Interaction Management Obsolete Assumptions Checklist McKinsey also provides a page with suggestions to challenge the old assumptions Chances are large that those assumptions have become obsolete today or will be in the near future Let me give you some examples which can double as the examples of 5Whys you required What Are Your Options These questions suppose that your business could change significantly as a result of increasing interaction With significantly I mean 50 or more

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