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Content Management Professionals’ Spring Summit

The non-profit Content Management Professionals organization, an international community of practice, is holding their Spring Summit in San Francisco on April 11. The Summit is being held at the Palace Hotel in downtown San Francisco in conjunction with our Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies.
Activities at the Summit include small-group, roundtable discussions focusing on the strategy and practice of content management and the role of those who are engaged in this discipline. CM Pros members leading roundtables include:

  • Erik Hartman (Netherlands) on the enterprise content management poster and CMSML (CMS markup language)
  • Hilary Marsh (Chicago) on the content in content management
  • Ann Rockley (Toronto) on making the content management business case
  • Mira Wooten (Mountain View, CA) on content management networking
  • Rahel Bailie (Vancouver) on the human factor in content management
  • Seth Earley (Boston) on doing successful taxonomy projects
  • Shuli Goodman (San Francisco) on effective governance models to support enterprise content strategies
  • David Warwick (Australia) on organizational compliance and the role of CM systems.

Update: Full Summit Program and schedule.
Register for the Summit or find out more about it.

(Discloure: I’m on the board.)

Content Management Professionals Executive Director Position Open

The Content Management Professionals organization (CM Pros) is looking for an Executive Director.
The role of the Executive Director is key to the success of Content Management Professionals. This position has been held by Bob Doyle, who has put a tremendous amount of work into the organization. He will be stepping down from this role to participate in CM Pros in other ways so we are looking for a new Executive Director.
The position Executive Director is appointed by the Board of Directors and is largely a volunteer position, but an honorarium will be provided. It is expected to require 10-20 hours of work per week. The ideal candidate will be a proven leader and seasoned professional manager who will take overall responsibility for building and expanding the organization.
For more information see the job description.
Please provide your response to board@cmprofessionals.org by March 18. (disclosure: I’m on the board)