Twin trends are driving many information services to let go of basic research and retrieval services:
When these trends work together in an information-savvy environment, they create efficiency for workers and free up time for the information team. The risk, however, is when workers lack appropriate skills and awareness to interact effectively with information resources.
The current Research Focus, "Developing an information-savvy workforce through strategic alignments", provides you with the framework and insights for getting the most positive result from these trends. (Request your copy of the Insights & Actions report, if you haven't yet done so.)
As the title of this Research Focus suggests, you cannot achieve the best results entirely on your own - you need partnership and alignment with critical areas of the business (such as HR, learning, IT, R&D and other departments).
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Robin Neidorf Director of Research
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Latest: No.553 22nd October
Document the value chain, and transform the way you think about, manage and report on your product portfolio and your information service contributions to your organisation goals.
Focus on Value Chain
Director of Research Robin Neidorf describes the benefits of a Consulting Pilot on Value Chain, to tailor this process to your needs and environment:
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Consulting Pilot on Value Chain