Content Management: An Introduction

content management introduction

What is content management? What are some best practices? APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center) explains briefly in its article titled π™π™£π™™π™šπ™§π™¨π™©π™–π™£π™™π™žπ™£π™œ π˜Ύπ™€π™£π™©π™šπ™£π™© π™ˆπ™–π™£π™–π™œπ™šπ™’π™šπ™£π™©.


It is a structured process for storing, delivering, and facilitating access to enterprise content that enables curation and findability. This includes:

  • Standard processes and procedures
  • Vetted expertise and best practices
  • Project-specific documents and deliverables
  • Tools and templates
  • Instructional materials
  • Personal documents, work aids, and deliverables
  • Outputs from collaboration

Content Management Best Practices

Best practices include:

  • Focus on critical and unique content.
  • Establish business ownership of content.
  • Create a standard content lifecycle.
  • Improve systems, processes, and content continuously.

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