Advancing Document Management into the 21st Century
This article proposes a simple method to modernize document creation, using existing computer tools. It introduces a document map, knowledge snippets, and concise writing rules. By applying this approach to organizational procedures, it enhances readability and efficiency, benefiting authors, readers, and the organization's competitive advantage.
Knowledge Driven Development - Book Review
"Knowledge Driven Development" by Manoj Kumar Lal (2018) introduces KDD (Knowledge Driven Development) bridging Waterfall and Agile methodologies. Lal digitizes project knowledge to replace documentation, proposing a versatile approach applicable beyond software. Advantages include efficiency, quality enhancement, and broader application possibilities. However, careful implementation and adaptability are essential considerations.
SEEING THE TEXT - Book Review
"Seeing the Text" by Schertz and Yoder introduces a visual reading method for deep text comprehension. Three sections guide readers: analyzing text components, comparing with external sources, and personal interpretation. This approach enriches understanding, aligning with modern reader-centered analysis. An essential tool for profound engagement with diverse texts.
Taxonomy refers to an organization's dictionary, while ontology links the words and groups them based on properties and values. Tagging involves attaching metadata tags to information items for better searchability. SharePoint 2010 uses a Term Store for defining taxonomy.
Introducing: Microsoft OneNote
OneNote is a versatile digital notebook for organizing and sharing data, offering user-friendly features and seamless integration with Microsoft Office.
The 21 unwritten rules of optimal email conduct
This article outlines 21 essential rules for effective organizational emails, including specificity, concise communication, hierarchical organization, and proper formatting, to enhance efficiency, relationships, and overall workplace communication.