Topic Intelligence

Attensa

It evolved from our ongoing discussions with customers and mission to create systems that empower people to work smarter and more effectively by leveraging information and knowledge. The common objective that info and knowledge management professionals shared with us was “how can we better utilize the information we have and make sure it gets to the right people?” In the context of business organizations there are many important topics. It is a classic long-tail problem.

Topic Intelligence Infographic

Attensa

Check out our infographic below and get accustomed to how Attensa topics work and what it can do for organizations. If you haven’t yet, feel free to read our introductory post on Topic Intelligence here which contains a useful explanation video on what topic intelligence is. The post Topic Intelligence Infographic appeared first on Attensa Inc. Competitive Intelligence Infographics Information Management Uncategorized

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How to Hit the Change Button – Lead Forward Through Change

AIIM

It’s hard to talk about change without quoting Charles Darwin. I think he said it best when he said: “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive, but those who can best manage change.”. It’s working with it. Organizational Intelligence.

Why can’t we all be briefed like the President?

Attensa

>. It started with a simple question posed by a senior marketing exec during a staff meeting. Like all of us their problem was not access to information – rather it was discerning the information that matters. Like all of us their problem was not access to information – rather it was discerning the information that matters. People have been forced to become information hunters and gatherers when they should be harvesting intelligence.

Why can’t we be briefed like the President?

Attensa

It started with a simple question posed by a senior marketing exec during a staff meeting. Like all of us their problem was not access to information – rather it was discerning the information that matters. People have been forced to become information hunters and gatherers when they should be harvesting intelligence. This problem is not getting better and it is not going away. It may lead to simple but effective solutions.