Structure and Staffing for Content Management



One of the most common questions firms ask about content management is: Who should be in charge? This article overviews APQC's recent research on the popularity and effectiveness of different approaches to structure and staff content management programs. Case examples show how best-practice organizations maximize content management effectiveness by establishing good governance to guide and sustain their efforts.

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