Gartner Research

Drivers and Strategy for Easy Content Management

Published: 18 August 2014

ID: G00237199

Analyst(s): Gavin Tay , Karen M. Shegda, Mark R. Gilbert, Mick MacComascaigh


Traditional enterprise content management tools often fail to meet workers' needs, are user-unfriendly and so receive only modest adoption. Enterprise architects and solution leads need to adopt easy content management concepts to help workers, teams and departments become more effective.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • 1. Engage Your Employees for Easy CM
  • 2. Drive Success Incrementally, Iteratively and Experimentally
  • 3. Assess the Value of Your Content
  • 4. Encourage Some Departmental Autonomy in Choosing Tools

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