WORKSHOP: Content Strategy Workshop

WORKSHOP: Content Strategy Workshop

Highly interactive 1-day workshop for Content Management decision makers with Bob Boiko, the author of "Content Management Bible" and "Laughing at the CIO"

  • 12 November 2007 (10-18)

  • Sofitel Diegem (Diegem near Brussels (Belgium))
  • Price: 480 EUR (excl. 21% VAT)
  • Presented in English

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    Why this workshop?

    Laughing at the CIOThe “best” content management system you can buy will not help you if you do not know what information is most important for your organization. Your CM system will completely fail if you have not figured out how you can effectively collect and distribute that important information.

    A content strategy identifies important information and how you can manage it. By the end of the workshop you should be able to convincingly argue for the adoption and use of such a strategy in your own organization and have a good start on your own content strategy:

    These and other questions will be discussed during our 1-day Content Management Workshop with Bob Boiko. Bob has more than 20 years experience helping organizations to create, manage, and distribute their content more efficiently. He will present a number of valuable concepts and practices and illustrate them in real-life exercises. The workshop is CMS-system independent, but the insight you gain, will help you to better make decisions on any CMS you decide to build or buy.

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    This workshop is part of a 2-day series by Bob Boiko but can be followed separately. The Content Management Workshop on November 13th focuses more on the operational aspects.

    You can register for both workshops with a discount.

    Included in the workshop is Bob's "Laughing at the CIO", "A Parable and Prescription for IT Leadership". Bob calls it "a prescription for IT executives and professionals who are sick of suffering through a never-ending stream of technology “solutions” that never really solve anything. "

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