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The Content Management Handbook (Become an Expert) Hardcover – 15 Jan 2005
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"I would recommend this book to anyone thinking about developing a content management strategy and considering software implementation." (New Library World)
"If you want to manage content successfully within your organization but are not sure how to go about it - start by reading this book." (Internet Resources Newsletter)
About the Author
Martin White BSc HonFCLIP FRSC FRSA is Managing Director of Intranet Focus Ltd (www.intranetfocus.com) which he founded in 1999. He has carried out over 100 intranet projects in the UK, Europe, North America and the Middle East, run workshops on intranet management and enterprise search management and keynoted at many conferences around the world. He has been a Visiting Professor in the Information School, University of Sheffield since 2002, serves on the e-Content Committee of the Royal Society of Chemistry and is Chairman of the UK e-Information Group of CILIP.
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Martin is one of the leading vendor-neutral intranet and CMS consultants in the UK, and his experience shines through in this book. This is not just the "sales pitch" for all that CMS could be, but rather a balanced view of what works, what doesn't, and what will require some serious work and thinking.
This book is written in a casual, chatty style that makes it light work to browse through the chapters. To clearly set expectations, however: this is not one of those two-inch-thick "definitive tomes" that seem so popular in the IT bookshops nowadays. This is a slim volume that does not attempt to provide every detail required in every section. Instead, it provides key references to further reading in each chapter, pointing the reader to additional sources of in-depth coverage on specific topics.
So, if you are new to content management, read the Content Management Handbook to get an overview of the work that is ahead of you. If you are already knowledgeable in the material covered by a specific chapter then skip over it, and if you need more detail then follow the references to further reading and resources. In either case, by the time you finish this book, you will have a clearer idea of the whole content management landscape.