New Volume: Designing an Effective Corporate Information, Knowledge Management, and Records Retention Compliance Program

August 24, 2016

What this updated volume about corporate information, knowledge management, and records retention covers that all others do not:

  • The importance of tacit knowledge in corporate operations and how to go about capturing, maintaining, and using it. Corporate Webinars
  • using iA focus on how corporate information and knowledge in its records positively impacts corporate operations.
  • How lawyers in corporate practices can add enormous value to their corporate clients by focusing on how corporate information and knowledge in its records is a critical area deserving top executive attention.
  • With careful and thoughtful records creation and retention, corporations can defend itself against many potential liabilities.
  • With aggressive and mindful thought, how corporate information and knowledge in its records can be used to further corporate objectives, particularly in initiating legal actions against those who violate the corporation’s rights and property interests.
  • How one can rewire one’s brain to be more innovative and creative in support of one’s business.
  • How the practice of consistently sharing knowledge within an organization can dramatically increase its performance and chances for success.
  • How lawyers serving in corporate practices can serve as experts to the company’s business operations.
  • How to undertake information, knowledge, and records audits to improve those functions and have them contribute to the profitability of the company.
  • How to better know and appreciate the personality characteristics that one and others have and act with.

Readers of this blog are again invited and welcome to submit ideas that are not yet but need to be covered in my volume Designing an Effective Corporate Information, Knowledge Management, and Records Retention Compliance Program and also are invited and welcome to submit their proposed solutions to those ideas.

Titles by Ed Dietel