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Jinfo Newsletter No.533

Jinfo Newsletter 533

19th December

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Robin NeidorfA new decade is around the corner. Whether you are taking a few days, a few weeks, or a few hours off during the holiday period, make sure you have your tools and resources lined up and ready to go for when you get back to work in 2020:

Update your strategy and operations with Jinfo models

Jinfo models are like having a consultant in PDF. Through our research, we identify critical topics, then create worksheets, diagrams and step-by-step guidance to enable you to ask the required questions to address a need in your department or organisation. Here are two of our latest - download them now to start work in January:

Or check out the full list of published models here for the ones that meet your needs.

Make time

Yes, I know - none of us have enough time to invest in planning and strategy. Make time by adding Jinfo webinars or Community sessions to your January - March calendar today. Each is only 60 minutes long and is designed specifically to give you just enough information to work with, without overwhelming you with new ideas.

The full calendar of webinars is here, and the line-up of Community sessions is here.

For a great kick-off to the year, join the "State of the industry, 2020" webinar on 14th January, and the Community session on the same topic on 21st January. Listen to the presentation in the webinar, and/or join the live discussion in the Community session.

Consider Jinfo Consulting workshops

You'll get back from your break refreshed and ready for new ideas. Jinfo Consulting workshops are a way to bring in and tailor our expertise to what you need - strategy, portfolio management, communications skills, workflow optimisation and more.

Check out our latest offerings here, including our newest workshop, "Construct your roadmap to an Information Centre of Excellence".

Use it or lose it

If you're at year-end and need to use that last bit of budget, now is the time:

Our head of commercial development, Claire Laybats, can help you find the right value for money, so contact her today.

I still can't get my head around saying 'January 2020'. But that's when we'll greet you next. In the meantime, have a safe and enjoyable holiday season.

Robin Neidorf
Director of Research and Head of Consulting


"Use it or lose it" - end of year budget available?

In the final quarter of 2019, you may be in the "use it or lose it" mode with your budget. Consider investing in Jinfo:

  • New Subscriptions start at £2400 per year
  • Add users for £400 per user per year
  • Pre-book hours with Jinfo Consulting, which can be used at any time in 2020 towards workshops or bespoke work.

All subscriptions can be prorated to your fiscal year. Contact Claire Laybats to discuss your needs, or complete the order form on our site.


Roles

Our latest research-based, practical resources support the following roles:

Content purchasing

 

Information strategy

 

Optimising your information service


 

Jinfo TipSubscription Tip: Jinfo models provide practical and strategic frameworks to help you map and drive your information centre. Find them here.

 


Research Focus

Read about the Research Focus: Intelligence systems - intelligence 2020"Intelligence systems - intelligence 2020"
Our Research Focus for October to December

In the 10 years plus we've been researching developments in news and current awareness, we've predicted and then seen a significant shift from current awareness to intelligence systems.

Learn more and get the insights »

Evaluate your intelligence system

Evaluate and balance the ROI of your current awareness or intelligence programme with the help of Jinfo Consulting. Learn more now ».


Jinfo Subscription
What are the benefits of a Jinfo Subscription?
  • Saves time by using our original research and practical resources
  • Gives you the tools to define, communicate and measure information value
  • Helps you reinvent your information service through insight into what the best companies do.

Benefits and pricing »


Jinfo Blog

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Jinfo Testimonials
"Invariably the Jinfo Community Sessions and webinars are informative, practical, thought-provoking and interesting. I also really like that you cross continents in your experts and attendees."
Sean DeNora, manager, Research & Insights, PwC
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