October 16-18 Monterey Marriott
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

A201 - Brainstorming a CM Program

10:50 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Many organizations do not have any sort of system for managing internal information enterprise-wide. Our experienced content manager discusses five aspects to consider when starting a content management (CM) program. Content has a value to an organization in the same way that software or cash does. If employees in organizations cannot find the information or content they need to complete mission-critical tasks, what is that lack of findability costing the organization? If people have to redo work because they can’t find a template or model, what is the cost of that hidden content? One expert suggests that if 15 minutes per day could be saved in more organized information, $625,000 per 1,000 employees would be saved. Can you streamline and save money in your organization?

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