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Licensing third-party information comes with risks relating to access, security, accuracy and cost. Assess these risks so that you can prioritise how to address them.
In these challenging times where information is more visible than ever, the need to assess your risk becomes ever more pressing. Jinfo can provide you with the practical tools and guidance to help you manage these information-related risks.
Information teams are fully aware of their value but knowing how to communicate it to the organisation is key to bridging the gap between perception and value and reducing risk. This article helps you assess that risk and includes a worksheet to help you document your current value foundations.
Describing use-cases is an essential part of your information licensing strategy. Being able to explain not just that clients use a resource, but how it impacts their work is key to decision-making, and thus is foundational to assessing risk in your content portfolio.
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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 risk assessment sessions demonstrate 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.
Jinfo's article, " Risk assessment on information service quality " identifies four facets to analyse to answer the question: how do you maintain high quality service through sudden change and disruption?
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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.
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.
Whilst most teams are currently coping well on a day-to-day basis, there are still many risk factors that need to be taken into account. Find out how Jinfo's risk assessments can help you understand and tackle any challenges head on.
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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: