Time to Make a Change

Blatt, Robert
January 2009
Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p60
Trade Publication
The article offers tips for business leaders to successfully navigate any organizational change. According to the author, change within an entity can be spurred by technology or a different work process. It highlights the challenges faced by organizations that have implemented a technology change affecting business operations or the way employees perform their duties. It outlines the factors to be considered in addressing the topic of change management for an enterprise content management (ECM) technology. It stresses the significance of communicating users for modification on ECM-related applications.


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