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Capturing & communicating the value of IM services in a corporate culture

Ulla de Stricker shares tips and recommendations to inform the work information managers need to do in telling their value stories. Moving beyond usage statistics, Ulla will demonstrate how impact measurement is key to making the business case why it’s worth paying for Information Management services. Impact analysis in turn requires understanding of stakeholder groups’ projects and priorities. Strategic planning is required to maximize positive influence on business outcomes, and communication skills are essential in getting the word out. Come away from the webinar with insights you can put to use immediately to prove the value of information managers.
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