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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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Adaptive Case Management – the widening picture


For the increasing number of managers who see Case as the environment of choice to put a focus on defining operational objectives and tracking progress toward reaching operational objectives, cross-Case visual analytics suddenly are a reality. All that is required … Continue reading

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Seek and You May or May Not Find – In Praise of Knowledge Bases


“Seek and Ye Shall Find” probably works in general life but not when you are looking for digital data. Decision-making in the 1980s used to be characterized by “too much information, too little information, or information in the wrong place”. … Continue reading

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