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Posted March 10, 2003
Authoritative Study but Reads like a Thesis
Managing Enterprise Content covers content management strategies from A to Z. It is an authoritative guide on the subject. With that stated, this book assumes the readers have very little knowledge in content management. It is written into 6 parts and follows a 'unified' content strategy approach. It initially describes the pitfalls within content management, namely content silos. As an architect for content management systems, I have a vested interest with increasing my experiences and knowledge in content management. It would have been nice to see real life examples and situations throughout this book. Chapter 10 did provide some mocked up scenerios for content design. Furthermore, the writing style was too dry. Without the real life examples, it was more like the theory of enterprise content management. It's an excellent study in content management, but I prefer a first person writing style and some solid real life examples.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.