April 15, 2017


Learn from the Best Practices!




TIMAF EIM Best PracticesCollection of 19 best practices in enterprise information management with cases from a.o. Harvard Business School, HP, Microsoft, KPN/Getronics, Motorola, Wienerberger, and World Bank.

Each best practice describes the roles needed, the steps and the end result. Learn from international organisations and experts how to make your digital project succesful. The clear outline of each best practice makes it easier to try it in your own organization.

“This book will make your projects better.”

After an introduction about the essence of enteprise information management you will find 19 best practices in information analysis, governance, taxonomy design, metadata, records management, change management, technology procurement, video management, intranet, social media, and web analytics.

Among the authors are experts Bob Boiko, Ann Rockley, Stephanie Lemieux, Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Apoorv Durga, Joe Gollner, Phil Kemelor, and Martin White.


Why this book is important for you

Bob Boiko explains why this Best Practice book is important for all digital and information professionals.


Reviews on ‘Information Management Best Practices’

TIMAF Information Management Best Practices was well received. Some reviews:

“Regardless of the kind of information you need to manage, this book will make your projects better.”

Bob Boiko, Washington University

“The TIMAF organization proves its dedication to raising the bar for information management practitioners everywhere. It has assembled the best thought leaders in the field to share insights from case studies which are both actionable and universally relevant. Even the most experienced IM professionals will learn something new with each turn of the page.”

Scott Liewehr, President CM Professionals

“It is, quite frankly, the best collection of case studies and solutions I’ve run across and will be an invaluable resource for our readers. The reports are solid, practical and real-world examples of how to do things right.”

Hugh McKellar, Editor in Chief KM World Magazine