Welcome back to this continuing series on the updated Certified Information Professional (CIP) exam. In this post, I'll be focusing on Domain 4, Automating Governance and Compliance. You can also refer back to the posts for Domain 1, Creating and Capturing Information, Domain 2, Extracting Intelligence from Information, and Domain 3, Digitalizing Core Business Processes. This domain is important because it focuses on the compliance and risk side of information management. While the primary focus of intelligent information management is on enabling and supporting business goals and objectives, it's still important to safeguard information to minimize risk and liability. The challenge here is that all the policies and procedures you can imagine won't help if they aren't implemented and followed. Here, particularly in the case of records management, users aren't records managers and don't want to be - they want to focus on their main job responsibilities. In addition, they aren't trained to do these types of tasks. So, the better approach by far is to streamline and automate them so that they are relatively transparent to users.
Last week, I had the privilege of teaching our inaugural Foundations of Intelligent Information Management course in Denver, CO. We had students from a variety of industries and locations take part in the course, which is designed to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of information management. Over four days, we covered the entire lifecycle of information management: Creating and capturing information Extracting intelligence from information Digitalizing core business processes Automating governance and compliance Implementing an information management solution
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Organizations today work with a great volume and variety of data. The trick is using that information in ways that improve the performance of the organization. One example is in the oil and gas industry where the stakes are extremely high; involving millions in revenue. Government approval for exploratory oil and gas rights are awarded to companies with the best technical application. The trouble is, assembling and authoring highly complex, high-value documents like exploratory proposals and regulatory submissions – which can often be thousands of pages – is a huge challenge.
Welcome back to this continuing series on the updated Certified Information Professional (CIP) exam. In this post, I'll be focusing on Domain 3, Digitalizing Core Business Processes. You can see the posts for Domain 1, Creating and Capturing Information and Domain 2, Extracting Intelligence from Information. Digitalizing core business processes is much more than scanning paper documents or workflows. It involves rethinking business processes and asking questions about how information comes into, flows through, and leaves business processes. It involves reimagining work at the speed of digital and leveraging new capabilities to satisfy business and customer expectations.
Recently, you may have heard the phrase, “I am working remotely.” But, what exactly is remote work? Let’s start by explaining the term first. A remote worker is someone who works outside the office space. As technology has evolved, it has changed the way people work and created new opportunities to work outside the office walls. Remote working is also referred to as teleworking or telecommuting. A lot of efforts are being put into starting such a culture, but then there is a lot of things that need to be considered. To scale remote work productively, there are a lot of things that are required. From acceptance of the employers to remote desktop software, everything needs to be considered. To solve your doubt, remote desktop software is something that helps a remote worker be in touch with what is going on in the organization that he is working for.
By now, you may have heard that AIIM is in the process of updating its Certified Information Professional (CIP) Program. With CIP 3 set to launch soon, your podcast host Kevin Craine wanted to dig deeper into what users can expect from the revamp of the program.