I don’t need to tell you that this year has been like no other we’ve ever experienced. The confluence of events, tensions, and loss has significantly disrupted our personal and professional lives. Even among AIIM members, we have witnessed the toll that these disruptions have taken on mental health, job security, and organizational productivity.
It’s no secret that AIIM believes every organization is on — or should be on — a Digital Transformation journey. In fact, AIIM itself is on its own Digital Transformation!
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“To Fly. To Serve.” That’s the motto of British Airways, a carrier I have flown for many years. When I first saw those words displayed on a plaque in the cabin as I boarded my flight, I chuckled. At the time, they seemed rather pretentious for what has become a very commonplace, almost plebeian way to get folks from one place to another. Of course, the more I thought about it, the more I warmed to the seriousness with which somebody at BA viewed the enormous responsibility inherent in transporting hundreds of people across the Atlantic in a silver tube. I realized how much was riding on that bus!
At AIIM, we believe that every organization is on — or should be on — a Digital Transformation journey. How effectively you navigate this journey relies on how adept your organization is at combatting the rising tide of information chaos. This requires new strategies and skills that extend beyond traditional ECM. We call this modern approach Intelligent Information Management.
For AIIM, 2017 began with this provocative question: In an Artificial Intelligence world, where deep learning completely shrinks the development time while amping up the computing power, do content management capabilities become irrelevant and obsolete?
In a digitally transforming business environment, neither Records Management nor Information Governance is at the top of your executives' list of priorities. Instead, business leaders are making time -- and making way -- for tools and techniques that execute processes nimbly and on-demand for improved customer experience and competitive edge.