Association for Information Science and Technology

Annual Meeting
November 12-17, 2004
Providence, Rhode Island

“Managing and Enhancing Information:
Cultures and Conflicts”

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THIS COURSE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Essential Pre-Implementation Planning for Successful Web Content Management
Full Day Seminar, Saturday, November 13, 2004, 9:00am-5:00pm (separate fee)

By now, most organizations are figuring out that procuring a web content management system is but the tip of the iceberg. Preparing the information infrastructure and the necessary governance to enable change and foster adoption are equally critical.

The instructors will outline a successful framework for preparing a business unit or enterprise to implement web content management, specifically using off-the-shelf web content management solutions.

The instructors will provide insights into educational and consensus-building activities designed to empower departmental web publishers and content contributors.  Lively discussions will center on “how to” prepare the agency culture to deal with the change management that WCM necessitates. Lessons learned and good practices will be provided for group vetting.

Instructors

Howard McQueen
Howard McQueen has been consulting with agencies on their intranet and internet strategies and implementations since 1993.  He is a frequent contributor to FLICC, Army KM, SLA, ASIS&T and DoD events. Howard keynotes international conferences and provides workshops throughout North America and the UK.

Elizabeth Randolph
Elizabeth Randolph has been consulting on web information architecture, usability and user experience design since 1998, after working in healthcare publishing for 10 years as an editor and product developer of reference books and software. 

Fees
Members $225, non-members $255, before Oct. 1
Members $255, non-members $285, after Oct. 1


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