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Managing in the Wiki World

05/26/2020

The celebrated management guru Peter Drucker once observed that the invention of Scientific Management was the one American idea that “swept the world,” more influential than either the Constitution or the Federalist papers.

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How Do You Manage Distributed Workers?

04/14/2020

The last few weeks have brought drastic unprecedented changes to the ways we live and work together. With the rapid emergence of the coronavirus pandemic, people who are used to working in offices are suddenly forced to work remotely.

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Are you Cracking the Right “WIP”?

04/03/2020

Inflexible Administrative Controls and Pre-Established User Roles May Add Unforeseen Complications to your Team’s Workflow when Sharing Work-in-Progress Media Assets.

 

 

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DAM Dashboard Confessionals: Overcoming a challenge to corporate dashboard metadata reporting

03/24/2020

Dashboards are integral to any company as it provides data that can be leveraged into business decisions from the insight garnered from it.  Part of my role on the DAM team was helping to reconcile the raw data as it came from the application with a set of controlled vocabulary designations for the dashboards.  A major challenge in this work is attempting to standardize under the protocol of a singular corpora

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To silo or not to silo: How to tell if you need a Corporate Taxonomy

02/27/2020

Many data managers and those who rely on their digital work struggle with defining the taxonomy of the data under their control. Taxonomy is the science of classifying information into groups or classes that share similar characteristics and is required for meaningful information management and is critical to effective findability.

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