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Your Content Strategy is an Important Organizational Asset

Most business organizations know they should manage their information and content. It’s easy to sink a lot of time and resources into creating, capturing, curating, and codifying content without realizing any tangible benefits. Indeed, without an Enterprise Content Strategy (ECS), any strategic content management process is like driving without a map.

Xavier Keeto

Xavier Keeto Information Architect As a taxonomist, Xavier works to understand and dig deep into how information systems function, using that foundation to build and improves upon the overall user …

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Kylie Snyder

Kylie Snyder Information Architect & Taxonomist Kylie finds joy in creating information structures that help users in their day-to-day life. She specializes in metadata design, taxonomy development, and information architecture. …

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Lessons From a Factor Intern

Hello! I’m Xavier, and I’m the current summer intern at Factor. I had the opportunity to focus on taxonomy, user research, and data governance. I’d like to share a few tips on entering the IA field for the first time.

Maturity Model

Mastering Information to Empower Your Enterprise: A Maturity Model for Enterprise Information How mature is the information in your enterprise? To begin to answer this question, indulge us in a …

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Stage 3: Emerging

Stage 3: Emerging Based on your answers, your organization is most likely at the EMERGING stage of information maturity.  Organizations at this stage tend to benefit from the existence of …

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