Category Archives: Enterprise Content Management

Theories of the Firm – Expanding RBV using 3D free-form search Kbases


RBV (Resource-Based View) is a strategy development theory whose roots go back to the 1980s/1990s with antecedents going back to 1959 “Penrose, E. T. (1959). The Theory of the Growth of the Firm. New York: John Wiley”. RBV makes the … Continue reading

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Where’s The Beef? – An under the hood look at “seamlessly integrated” BPMs


In the market for a BPMs? Make sure you look under the hood. Continue reading

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Get Your Story Right


If you want to become a management consultant, it’s unreasonable to expect to ease into this the day after you graduate from university. It takes time to build up expertise to walk in off the street and facilitate strategy development … Continue reading

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What simple software can I use in strategy consulting?


It’s a lot easier to respond to specific questions as opposed to trying to invent hypothetical questions and then answer them. I got the above today from MosaicHub of which apparently I am a member. My response appears below . … Continue reading

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Finding needles in haystacks – Can you do it?


I deal with a fairly large number of organizations (suppliers, clients, correspondents).                     I like to track e-mail exchanges but some of the time there is overlap between threads so no point trying to define and organize messages under Outlook folders. … Continue reading

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Where, Oh Where, have my Documents Gone?


Decision-making is the art of converting information into action. It’s an art because it requires a blending of experience, knowledge, wisdom, intuition, and information. All of these except information are acquired or intrinsic capabilities. The problem with information is that … Continue reading

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Case – why you need It (Part II of III)


Here is part II on Case, ACM, BPM, RALB, ECM, CRM, and FOMM. Watch the video at

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Case – why you need it (Part I of III)


Here is an 11 minute video on Case, ACM, BPM, RALB, ECM, CRM, and FOMM. No ads, no waiting to the last few frames to find out what the video is all about. No clue what RALB or FOMM stand … Continue reading

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Working with KPIs V – Measuring Performance


This is the final post in the series “Working with KPIs”, where operations meets strategy. In the screenshot below, we have workflows consolidating data in real time to the “3D Printing Corporation” Kbase. Rule sets at process template steps upload … Continue reading

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It’s Time For You To Get Your Big Data Organized


If you have been reading about “Big Data”, obvious questions are do I have it, and if so, where do I put it, how do I find it, and how to I use it? If the Volume, Velocity, Variety of … Continue reading

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