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If you've been working through the activities in our recent series of articles on the value chain, you'll no doubt be some way towards creating your own set of components of success for your organisation, covering innovation, risk management and revenue. This article guides you in the next steps on this journey by helping you define and use your datapoints to optimise your workflow.
In this article, we take a closer look at the value chain and how you can further business goals such as efficiency, innovation, and risk management. Find out how you can document information products and services to enhance the value of information.
Whilst many information teams are already aware of the information needs of their users and its value, there's always room for improvement. The activity outlined in this article will help you reassess your assumptions about the components of success, whether for efficiency, innovation or risk management and help you better understand the value chain.
To demonstrate the value of your information strategy, you need to be specific about your goals. This article looks at how you can do this using Jinfo's value chain and covers the examples of efficiency, innovation, risk management and transparency, amongst others.
Our recent survey on the challenges, pressures and opportunities for information centres explored with participants the pressures relating to the visibility and value of their services, how they are juggling budgets and managing the licensing arena, particularly in the context of open access, and still keeping up with other changes in technology. Our report "Jinfo survey - challenges facing information teams" summarises the detailed feedback and the analysis of the responses.
Jinfo recently carried out a market research survey on behalf of Springer Nature designed to elicit the opinions of corporate information centres on open access materials, products and services and how they determine value.
The report provides analysis of user feedback from 108 respondents...
The final part of our five-part report looking at the findings of Jinfo's market research survey on behalf of Springer Nature designed to elicit the opinions of corporate information centres on open access materials, products and services, focuses on respondents' perceived value of publisher-produced resources in this area and how dialogue could be enhanced between them.
Part four of our five-part report looks at the findings of Jinfo's market research survey on behalf of Springer Nature designed to elicit the opinions of corporate information centres on open access materials, products and services. In particular, we look at how important open access is to users, whether it's a key factor in their content portfolio, and highlight some of the challenges and concerns they have with it.
In the second of a five-part report looking at the findings of Jinfo's market research survey on behalf of Springer Nature designed to elicit the opinions of corporate information centres on open access materials, products and services, we explore some of the challenges faced by respondents in their relationships with users and stakeholders as well as their organisations.
Jinfo recently carried out a market research survey on behalf of Springer Nature designed to elicit the opinions of corporate information centres on open access materials, products and services and how they determine value. In the first part of a five-part report, we explore the survey data, with a particular focus on the industry sectors represented and department responsibilities.
The challenging times we work in have thrown risk assessment into sharp focus, and present major challenges to information teams getting used to working remotely. This blog sets out the big questions teams must ask of themselves as they seek to demonstrate the value they bring to organisations.
Whilst your business may be running smoothly now, have you considered what would happen if an unexpected event interrupted your ability to provide a continuous, high-quality service? This article looks at some of the challenges that could arise along with a practical worksheet you can use to address them.
Download the deck and notes from our March Community session, "Commercial awareness for information professionals" led by Rebecca Brizi.
This Community session discusses how to:
Develop the right skills for commercial awareness
Position the information department as a commercial...
Download the deck and notes from our March webinar, "Commercial awareness for information professionals" led by Barbara Hirsh.
This webinar shows you how to:
Develop the right skills for commercial awareness
Position the information department as a commercial contributor to the...
We interview Erik Schultes - the International Science Coordinator at the GO FAIR International Support and Coordination Office (GFISCO). In recent years, Erik has been working with a diverse community of stakeholders to develop FAIR data and services within and outside the life sciences. We used this interview to explore what GO FAIR is all about and what its aims are.
Information teams are faced with a number of challenges as they seek to push the expertise they offer up the list of wider priorities within an organisation. Jinfo's model shows how to assess the challenges faced and how best to tackle them in order to achieve data transformation.
Factiva is the world's leading content aggregator with an archive of over 33,000 sources in 28 languages. It delivers this content through a range of solutions, with the most well-known being Factiva.com. The company celebrated 20 years in 2019 by launching its Factiva 2020 campaign to highlight new usability enhancements with Factiva.com. Jinfo interviewed Brian Gelinas, head of product strategy, to learn more about its evolution and future plans.
Download the deck and anonymised notes from our March Community session, "Jinfo for information strategy" - discussion on communicating the risks and value of information.
This is the slide deck and speaker notes from the Jinfo Community session " Jinfo for information strategy ", which ran...
This three-part report looks at the survey responses of information professionals to gauge current data-related needs and expertise amongst information teams.
This report includes three chapters:
Part 1 - introduction and survey population
Part 2 - evolving roles of information...
In the third and final part of our analysis of what the data landscape looks like for data-focused projects in today's organisations, we look at some of the key issues faced by our survey respondents when addressing the opportunities and challenges of a data-focused future.
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"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: