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What’s the Value of DAM? Let Me Tell You a Story…

Digital asset managers often find themselves in the difficult situation of trying to explain or defend the arcane arts of DAM systems management to both business owners and asset creators. Business owners know they need DAM, but can have trouble

Posted in digital media management, digital storytelling, knowledge management, narrative of design, Storytelling 3.0

Future Proofing Your Digital Assets

When it comes to supporting the current needs of digital content management, many organizations are considering whether it makes sense to substitute a one-size-fits-all enterprise solution for the various disconnected “best of breed” tools currently in use. In recent years,

Posted in digital media management, knowledge management, Storytelling 3.0

Brands and Story: Essential DAM in Transmedia & Cross Platform Content Creation

I’ll be moderating a panel in New York on October 7th about “Brands and Story” at the Createasphere Conference… I’m very excited about the topic and the terrific panelists we’ve got lined up! Here’s the description from the conference schedule:

Posted in digital media management, digital storytelling, Storytelling 3.0

Socializing DAM

Sharing innovation in the organization
The success of a digital asset management (DAM) or other collaborative technology platform depends upon system adoption within the organization. This article addresses the social aspect of system user adoption and maintains that ‘socializing’ a new technology is a key component to the long-term success of the project.

The Journal of Digital Media Management, vol. 1,2 published by Henry Stewart Publications, London.


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My article "Socializing DAM" published in the Journal of Digital Media Management addresses the impact of social networks within the organization on technology projects. Please click on the "download the PDF" button to get a free copy.