The Importance of Content Governance, Part I: Enhancing Content Governance By Involving the Right People
Content Governance is more than just rule-making. It is about coordinating efforts, creating opportunities, being responsive to the surroundings, acting decisively, and moving your team towards a common objective. When we talk about Governance this way, it sounds a lot … Continue reading »
If you have Netflix, you’ve probably seen Tidying Up pop up on your feed. It’s a new series based on Marie Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, which presents her methodology for clearing your clutter, getting organized, and … Continue reading »
Visual Design to Enhance Your Message On a daily basis, EK consultants create presentations for clients including everything from facilitation materials for knowledge management workshops and meetings, to educational web resources for web products. As a design enthusiast, I’m often … Continue reading »
Every Knowledge Management (KM) effort should include cleaning up existing content, whether the goal is migrating to a new system, implementing a taxonomy or search tool, or just clearing the clutter of old, irrelevant content cobwebs. Regardless of your KM … Continue reading »
In earlier blogs from this series, we described in simple terms what a content type means through a sweet analogy with cakes (see “What is a Content Type?”) and talked about the benefits of creating a content type (see “Three … Continue reading »
EK’s Principals, Zach Wahl and Joe Hilger, will be co-presenting at the upcoming OmniChannelX Conference to be held January 30th to February 1st, 2019 in Amsterdam. OmnichannelX is a new cross-disciplinary event and community for marketers, content specialists, commercial teams, … Continue reading »
More often than ever, our clients’ Intranet projects involve developing and implementing Content Types to improve the creation and management of content. This includes the creation of news articles, policies, guidelines, and other common Intranet content items. The overwhelming amount … Continue reading »
In this recent presentation from KMWorld 2017, EK’s Rebecca Wyatt presented alongside the National Park Service to discuss content strategy and grassroots Communities of Practice (Communities of Learning) support.
When is a company both a brand-new startup and an established and mature company at the same time? In November 2016, Johnson Controls spun out its auto seating business, creating a new, wholly independent company called Adient. Adient was born … Continue reading »
This presentation was delivered at KMWorld 2017 by Craig St. Clair (EK) and Cindy Larson (Adient). It provides lessons learned and best practices regarding the digital transformation of Adient’s intranet (SharePoint).