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How do you get content quality under control when information resides among divergent work groups with their own rules? The lack of content quality is a competitive weakness and costly challenge for businesses with intellectual property. Content management can bring about accuracy, relevancy, consistency, and re-usability only when there is organizational conformity in rules, roles, and responsibilities. Lorraine Stein discusses how she uses her SJSU SLIS classes in the business world to instill content management processes and best practices in the workplace.
Information Science, Library Science, Information Technology, Content Management
Collection Development and Management | Library and Information Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Stein, L. (2011). Student Workshop Speaker: Content Management – Culture, Content, and Control. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/sjsuasist/25