We are living and working through interesting times in which information has never been more visible or valuable.
And, at the same time, everything is at risk.
Jinfo's resources to help you assess - and then address - information-related risks provide you with the practical tools and guidance to reduce what could be daunting work into manageable pieces.
Start assessing your risk
Jinfo has made it easy to get started assessing your risks. We have produced a number of materials to break down what could be daunting into manageable pieces.
For each topic, you'll find an article with a practical worksheet. We then also have a short Webinar, in which an analyst walks through the worksheet and provides a forum for you to ask questions:
If you can't make the Webinar sessions live, they are recorded for future reference.
Assessing your risks is not a cookie-cutter process, however. You need to balance urgent needs with long-term value and strategy.
Our Community session, "Assessing risks of staff and services - What's strategic? What's healthy?" (26th May) provides a confidential, peer-group forum in which you can explore these bigger questions, to take a longer-term view on assessing and then managing risks.
Save time and gain perspective - Jinfo Consulting
It can be hard to make time for assessment, as well as to get perspective on your own environment.
Jinfo Consulting's assessment offering tailor's our research-based industry-wide experience on the risks, opportunities and unique challenges of information teams to your world.
These are unpredictable times. A clear-eyed assessment of where you stand goes a long way towards giving you greater confidence, not to mention stability and sustainability. Let us know how we can help.
Director of Research and Head of Consulting
Everything's important - where do we focus?
A Jinfo assessment provides you with clarity on your capacity, value, risks, stakeholder relations and more.
High value, low investment and quick turnaround. Learn more and enquire.
Our latest research-based, practical resources support the following roles:
Optimising your information service
Subscription Tip: If you're scrutinising every expense, project and task for value, use the Jinfo Report, "Documenting the value chain" - our groundbreaking research on aligning costs and actions with revenue, innovation and efficiency.
Our current Focus is "Remote Teams"
Newly remote? Jinfo's Focus on Remote Teams curates for you our research-based resources to enable your team to work just as effectively - or even more so. Get started on Focus page now.
Upcoming events in this Focus:
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Latest: No.542 14th May
"Remote Information Teams"
If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Information Teams" to become fluent: