Content Management Workshop

Content Management Workshop

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

13 November 2007 (10-18)
Location: Sofitel Diegem (Diegem near Brussels (Belgium))
Presented in English
Price: 480 EUR (excl. 21% VAT)
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Full Programme:
Registration and Coffee/Tea

The workshop starts at 10h and ends at 18h. We welcome participants with coffee/tea from 9uh30 on.

Start of the workshop

Module: Core Competencies

  •   Related workshop:
    This workshop is part of a 2-day series by Bob Boiko but can be followed separately. The Content Strategy Workshop on November 12th focuses more on high-level decision-making.

    You can register for both workshops with a discount.

    What are the core competencies of content management?
  • What best practices and methods do superior teams use?
  • How do you know how well your team is doing?
Coffee/Tea Break

Module: Organizational Support

  • Why most teams fail to get support
  • How your team can grow funding
  • Getting way beyond ROI

Module: Content Modeling

  • What is content modeling and what does it do for you?
  • How do you do more with information architecture, taxonomies, and classification?
  • How do you create content types?
  • What are access structures and how do they help you manage and your users find information?

Module: Working with Contributors

  • What is the difference between a group of contributors who need you and a group that you need?
  • Why don’t contributors contribute?
  • How do you get groups to own their own content?
Coffee/Tea Break

Module: Working for Users

  • Why is a user better called an audience member?
  • How can you embed a user focus into the core of your team strategy?
  • What are the key methods of user analysis?

Module: Competitive Analysis

  • How can you compare your methods to your peers?
  • What are others doing and how can you catch up or overtake them?
Conclusions and Reflections on the Workshop
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