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Download the deck and anonymised notes from our May Community session "Assessing risks of staff and services - What's strategic? What's healthy?"
In this community session we discuss the key concerns:
Do you have the right visibility over projects and outcomes?
Do you have all the...
Download the deck and notes from our May Webinar, "Risk assessment on information team management - capacity and sustainability" led by Rebecca Brizi.
Jinfo's article, " Risk assessment on information team management " identifies four components for review to confirm that you are managing...
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.
How do you highlight key risk areas in your information team management and service delivery? Jinfo's Focus on Risk Assessment demonstrates how to assess and mitigate the risks connected to staff and service, by addressing how information managers communicate and collaborate with their team and...
Effective team management will balance workflow and collaboration, while avoiding individual burnout. Jinfo's article " Risk assessment on information team management " identifies four components for review to confirm that you are managing risks associated with team management.
Working remotely within a team can initially be plain sailing but after a few weeks, productivity may begin to be adversely affected. To enable you to address the long-term risks of managing your information team, we have developed a worksheet to help you analyse and improve the key components of team management including, communication, collaboration, culture and accountability.
Note: This article is part of the Focus on Risk Assessment.
Download the deck and anonymised notes from our April Community session "How to set the right norms for your team".
In this community session we address the key challenges in managing remote team, discussing:
How to set good norms for everyone on your team
Balancing work practices...
Success in remote working is about more than technology. Our research and business experience suggests that there are three variables that matter most in remote team and customer communication.
Join this webinar to learn how to learn:
What are the three key elements to remote team...
Remote working requires good communication. The tools matter, but do not automatically provide a solution. Communication standards and practices must first be determined and implemented. Through research and our own experience, Jinfo has identified three key components of successful remote...
The most important part of remote work is not the tools, but rather the people using those tools. Managing at a distance requires setting the correct expectations for everybody on the team and maintaining project visibility, without trying to micro-manage each individual activity.
A number of information teams, like much of the working world, may be facing up to the challenge of remote working as a team for the first time. Jinfo has a deep bank of knowledge and advice to call on, built up over years of work within its own operations and those of its customers. Here, we go through the three key things you need to get right.
Globalisation has produced a more interconnected world but this has also meant information teams are often having to work longer hours with fewer resources. Jinfo has spoken to senior information managers at a range of organisations about how they are navigating these challenges to create a more collaborative and motivated work environment. In this article, we focus on the variables needed to create a successful global team, what tools can be used and how to improve over time.
Jinfo's maturity model for successful remote teams is based on variables that make it successful including structure, process, transparency and governance. This model explores each of these in more detail with a particular focus on operations and communications.
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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