Robin Neidorf Research update - peeking around the corner to 2021
Jinfo Blog

Thursday, 17th December 2020

By Robin Neidorf

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As we look forward to 2021, let us know what projects you’re most looking forward to and what challenges lie ahead - complete our two-question survey.

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Please answer our two-question survey about what you think lies ahead in 2021:

1. What opportunities, projects or challenges are you most looking forward to? For example:

  • New audiences or services
  • Technology adoption and evolution

2. What are your biggest concerns for 2021? For example:

  • Changing supplier relationships
  • Shifting stakeholder priorities
  • Capacity compared with demand.

Submit your responses now and help shape our thinking and research agenda moving forward.

Jinfo is aiming for "must have"

The disruptions this year prompted us to take a hard look at what constitutes "must have", and we're particularly proud of two developments:

  • Our Focus on Value Chain provides a flexible methodology to measure the value of information products and services in organisations, based on a decade of our research, trial and revision.
  • Our Community sessions have become invaluable, based on our unique ability to create interactive peer group dialogue online. Last week's Negotiation clinic involved role-playing, and was both fun and incredibly eye-opening for all of us.

Coming in early 2021:

  • A holistic "Focus on Content Portfolio", along with the next iteration of our "Focus on Information Centre of Excellence".
  • An enhanced experience on Jinfo's website, including embedded report viewing and improved search.

Uncertainty ahead? Absolutely. But you're not alone.

When you need fresh, proven ideas, dialogue with smart peers and a new perspective on opportunities in information strategy, Jinfo is here to help.

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