Cutting and pasting content into Word documents – Is there a better way?

Earlier this week, we were helping a large company finalise a bid document where they were required to use a Word file sent by their client. This involved taking content from the company’s repository of standard documents on SharePoint, and from emails, plus writing down information provided verbally by the Subject Matter Experts. The bid writing team had to cut the relevant content from… Read more »

Why your Web content is like Doctor Who

Doctor Who is a popular British TV science fiction series that is celebrating its 50th anniversary later this year. So why is it like your Web content? Let us explain. Regeneration is a part of life One of the reasons why Doctor Who has managed to be popular for so long is due to the… Read more »

Slides: Applying Lean principles to content strategy

We’ve uploaded the slides from Ellis’ lightning talk at February’s London Content Strategy Meet Up to SlideShare: Applying Lean principles to content strategy See also: Free ebook: “The Lean user guide – applying Lean principles in User Assistance”  

The importance of content in maximising the value of your business

According to business strategist Dr Alan Rae, it has been calculated that only 15% of the value of a company appears in the balance sheet. The rest is intangible value, which lies in four main areas: Knowledge in people’s heads – skills and tacit knowledge. Formal intellectual property rights – copyrights, patents, trademarks, brand equity etc…. Read more »