Mittwoch, 12. Dezember 2012

Encouraging user engagement - ECM adoption

Steve Bailey is focusing on his preferred topic of user participation when adopting ECM or EDRM Systems.

As we all know a lot of battles have been lost and user adoption for declaring and filing records within an organisation is still poor or has completely failed. Training is one of the most underestimated part in this story.

As part of his role at JISC infoNet he has been increasingly engaged with participatory techniques and stringing these together to run participatory workshops. I guess it's important because automation cannot master everything everywhere.


Infokit JISC: Guidance on how to conduct such an event

Freitag, 25. Mai 2012

Certified Information Professional (AIIM)

AIIM has launched the CIP course.
Purpose and goals:
  • Demonstrate your ability to bridge IT and business.
  • Keep your information management skills current and competitive.
  • Lead your organization into the world of social and mobile content.
  • Enhance your value to employers and clients.
  • Become part of the next wave of information management professionals.
Content oriented information managers will profit from this course. IT people will get more understanding about the benefits of a well organized lifecycle of information. Become an ambassador to align business and IT.

Did you know?
64% of business executives would prefer to hire Certified Information Professionals (CIPs) versus those that are not certified.
76% of business executives would pay CIPs a salary premium, with 45% indicating they'd pay more than a 10% per year salary premium.
61% of business executives would prefer consultants that are CIPs versus those that are not certified
60% of business executives would prefer CIP-certified IT staff
62% of business executives think having CIPs on staff would enhance the perception of their organization in the industry
66% of business executives think having CIPs on staff would improve their ability to find, manage, and exploit their information assets across the enterprise.

Dienstag, 25. Oktober 2011

Universitäten Bern und Lausanne: MAS in Archiv-, Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft / neue Module

Gem. VSA-Mail.

Ab Januar 2012 bieten die Univ. Bern und lausanne im Rahmen des Weiterbildungsprogramms in Archiv-, Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft zwei Ergänzungsmodule an, die einzeln oder zusammen besucht werden können. Jean-Philippe Accart leitet die zweisprachigen Module.
Die Teilnehmenden werden dazu befähigt, auf angemessene Weise Kommunikations- und Vermittlungsaufgaben im Berufsfeld ABD wahrzunehmen dank vertiefter Kenntnis der im ABD-Bereich bestehenden Kommunikationsgrundsätze sowie dem angemessenen Umgang mit traditionellen Medien und neuen Kommunikationstechnologien, d.h. digitalen Technologien und dem Web 2.0.

Modul 1: Kommunikation von Informationen. Grundbegriffe und neue Werkzeuge (Jan./Feb. 2012 an der Universität Bern)
Modul 2: Vermittlung von Informationen. Grundbegriffe und neue Ansätze (Mai/Juni 2012 an der Université de Lausanne)

Es sind noch einzelne Plätze frei: Anmeldefrist ist der 30. November 2011
Alle Informationen finden Sie auf der Website: oder

Dienstag, 2. Februar 2010

AIIM Zertifizierungsprogramme in deutsch

Der internationale Anwender-Fachverband AIIM Europe führt in Kooperation mit der Unternehmensberatung PROJECT CONSULT sein erfolgreiches ECM-Zertifizierungsprogramm jetzt auch in deutscher Sprache durch. Damit macht die AIIM Europe ihr Schulungsangebot noch attraktiver. Teilnehmer des deutschsprachigen ECM-Zertifizierungsprogramms können sich als Practitioner oder Specialist qualifizieren. Referent ist Hanns Köhler-Krüner, der zuletzt bei AIIM als Direktor Global Education Services tätig war und nun als freier Berater agiert.

s. Link

Sonntag, 20. Dezember 2009

Neuer CAS Kurs Records Management FHNW Olten (2010)

Der neue Kurs an der FH Olten startet im März 2010:

Kursleitung: Barbara Thönssen, Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz

15 Tage: 15 ECTS Punkte



Samstag, 11. Oktober 2008

Manifesto for records managers in the age of Web 2.0

The TFPL blog has published an interesting list of activities and things to remind for records managers who want to be proactive.

Manifesto online

Freitag, 29. Februar 2008

New skills for records managers and archivists

"New Skills for a Digital ERA"

recently issued by the Society for American Archivists;
Proceedings from a colloquium sponsored by NARA and the society of american archivists (31.5. - 2.6.2006)
Washington DC


Mittwoch, 28. November 2007

Weiterbildungsprogramm Archivistik, Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaften

Programme de formation continue en archivistique, en bibliothéconomie et en sciences de l'information 2008-2010

Weiterbildungsprogramm in Archiv- Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft

Dienstag, 28. August 2007

Records Management Kompetenzen & Skills (Canada)

nice framework from Canada (gov):

Allgemeines Skills Set für Rec. Managers findet sich in Kanada: Functional Plan for
the Records Keeping Community of the Government of Canada – A Framework for

Redefining the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities of Records Managers

Records managers will need to clarify their role in the information management
spectrum and, at the same time, offer unique and necessary services. In addition to
traditional roles, records managers need to play the roles of analysts, publicists,
demystifiers, teachers, consultants, and facilitators of the new technology. One of
the best models of a statement of core competencies for
records specialists is the Functional Plan for the Records Keeping Community of the
Government of Canada – A Framework for Renewal. It includes:
• knowledge of the business of the organization and its processes and work
flows as well as accountability requirements of the organization
• knowledge of the criteria and analytical process for establishing rules for
record keeping (i.e., what records need to be captured based on the business needs of
the organization; procedures, standards, and practices for the identification, description,
classification, organization, storage, protection, retention, and disposition of records)
knowledge of the methods for incorporating record keeping requirements into the
design of business applications, work processes, and management function
• knowledge of strategic planning, project management, and performance
standards and measures knowledge of evaluation techniques or measuring the
effectiveness of the record keeping infrastructure of the organization
• ability to work well with colleagues in the information technology,
legal services, management, and user areas of the organization as well as any
other individuals or groups who have an interest in the record keeping infrastructure
of the organization
• ability to analyze and conceptualize
• ability to communicate complex ideas and concepts to diverse audiences
• ability to serve as an advisor or coach to raise awareness of managers and
other users about the importance and relevance of records as a source of information
for decision making and the delivery of programs and services, and an instrument to
meet accountability requirements

Records Management Kompetenzen (France)

Référentiel des métiers et des fonctions de l’information-documentation (ADBS) - 2007

voir: pages 47 - 50

Referentiel-metier-RM (pdf, 1,641 KB)

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