Re: evaluating doc departments
I was wondering if anyone knows of a site or a book that takes you
through everything that you should assess if you're reviewing a
If you want to compare your department with other departments, or if
the assessment needs to carry some clout with other process-minded
people in your organizaiton, you might want to take a look at the
Information Process Maturity Model. I have not used it myself.
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