Crees que no trabajas con contenido documental? Te apostamos a que si!

Don’t think you work in content? We bet you do. Whether you know it or not, you work in content. Invoices, medical records, research papers, social media and presentations are just a few examples of the content you likely work with every day. Effective leaders are delivering growth, profitability and customer engagement through the best use of their unstructured data with IBM Enterprise Content Management. source:

Why HR Is The New Marketing

Michael Brenner In a world of infinite media choices, the best way to reach new buyers and new talent might be right under your nose. Your own employees represent the greatest opportunity to create meaningful marketing and to develop human resources programs that increase sales, while also finding and retaining top talent. Is HR the new marketing? In the battle for new talent, HR departments have been forced to expand their role from hiring and firing, overseeing personnel systems and processes, and handling benefit management to include leadership development and training, employer branding, and diversity initiatives. HR has been forced to adopt strategies that look, well, very much like ma

Identifying High-Value Documents

Too often we look at documents as just pieces of paper or digital files that contain information. We often forget to consider the value of that document. Some documents are assigned value based on time to write (like a very large document) or potential fines if done wrong (like a regulatory or compliance document). But every document has some value. I’m reminded of a client visit for a paper digitization effort. While taking a tour of the facility, we stopped at a set of file cabinets. My client explained that inside were the only copies of engineering diagrams for every building the organization managed. I asked the two men that happened to be working in the drop ceiling if they were fixing

Why Corporate Social Responsibility Could Be Your Next Strategic Priority

Changing the Game with HR.. When organizations do the right thing, value can extend far beyond the good deed itself. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can help drive better business outcomes, attract like-minded partners, increase employee engagement and more. “Just like human resources years ago … CSR is going to grow into a strategic partner in the company,” John Matthews, SAP’s global vice president of HCM LoB Business Partner, Global Customer Strategy & Business Operations, said on Changing The Game with HR last week. “Doing good is also good for business.” CSR refers to how organizations go above and beyond to evaluate and own their environmental and social impacts. But growing into

4 Ways leaders set themselves apart

Digital Transformation Leaders. Are Few and Far Between. A large majority of companies understand the importance of digital transformation to their survival. But just 3% of them have completed digital transformation projects across the enterprise. Most companies have a lot of catching up to do in several important areas. Leaders who are fully committed to digital transformation across their enterprises are three times more likely to report high levels of value creation from digital transformation. These leading companies will also be much more focused on technology change and customer empowerment over the next two years. But there are four key characteristics that really set them apart from

The Tech Industry Is Getting Very People and Culture Focused, Here's Why

A people-focused culture is key to business success. The truth is, if you're after things like tip top business performance and productivity, you’re going to have to take care of your people first. Some companies have had to learn this the hard way, but they are learning. We’ve seen it unfold in a series of media-fueled dramas in the tech industry. From the scathing Amazon exposé in 2015 to Uber’s recent string of PR scandals, the importance of a people-focused company culture is now rising in the ranks. Things like employee well-being, diversity and inclusion are fast becoming a priority, and this is reflected in the rise of a number of new, hyper people-focused roles within the tech indust

Yes, ECM needs a makeover.  And yes, ECM capabilities are more critical than ever. Both are true.

Yes, "ECM" is supposed to be passé now. Per Merriam-Webster, the three definitions of passé are: past one's time outmoded behind the times Now I would be among the first -- and have been saying so for the past three years -- to say that the "ECM" term is in need of a makeover. Witness the work we have been doing re Intelligent Information Management. My main concern is that I don't think the "ECM" term does justice to all of the incredible things people are doing with content and information. But that DOES NOT mean that content management capabilities are irrelevant; in fact they are more important than ever, albeit in new and changing forms. In the midst of all of the "ECM is dead" conversa

Millennials y las Finanzas. El 75% de la futura fuerza laboral.

Los Millennials han fijado sus prioridades y creado expectativas muy diferentes a las de generaciones anteriores, cambiando por completo la manera en la que administran sus finanzas personales. Esta generación ha provocado que las empresas poco a poco vayan cambiando con ellos a través de un pensamiento disruptivo y con nuevas definiciones de lo que es el éxito. En los próximos diez años, el 75% de la fuerza laboral estará conformada por Millennials. Y así como ellos están comenzando a mover la historia en las empresas, también tendrá una importante influencia en la economía. ¿Cuál es la relación de los Millennials con su dinero y sus hábitos de inversión? Esta infografía le dará una visión

Three reasons why cloud content management matters to you. And your customers.

I recently came upon this white paper from Docuware – Plan Your Move to Cloud Office Automation. There’s a lot to like in this white paper. This particular section caught my eye – particularly re organizations that are still “philosophically” resistant to the cloud – “Why cloud matters to you. And your customers.” Reason 1 -- The “weight” of on-premises. Despite the commoditization of storage, on-premise scale is difficult to achieve. And enterprise software, typically consumed by licenses, is expensive to buy, install and integrate. Reason 2 – The “lightness” of cloud. Benefits of cloud solutions include: employee “centricity” (anywhere, anytime, any device); cost structure -- the entire

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