WIIFM… What’s In It For Me? A question that is often on the forefront, or at least in the subconscious, of most people’s minds …
The WIIFM question is not a matter of being selfish or picky, but rather a means of survival in the multi-tasking, do-less-with-more environment we all embrace. The WIIFM question is just about being a better time manager, I think.
So, let’s get right to the WIIFM question about why you should (or shouldn’t) meet RapidMapper, making it easy to help you decide if you should read on now, bookmark this for future consideration, or bounce out of here and move on to other pressing matters. (Don’t worry I won’t take it personally.)
In short, you should get to know RapidMapper if …
… you are in charge of, or have a significant role in, an important business process – such as recruiting, onboarding, financial auditing, training design, strategic planning, etc. – and your process is not currently very visible, accessible, aligned with content or is not contributing to the development of best practices for its user communities.
… you need people to buy in to the process, understand it, and implement it effectively.
… you are in need of a simple-to-use, easy-to-configure, process-driven content management toolset to equip workers with policies, tools, training, and best practice examples at their various points of need.
If you’re still reading, great. Here are a few more reasons to get to know RapidMapper.
So what exactly is RapidMapper?
Using an artistic metaphor, if SharePoint is a blank canvas, then RapidMapper delivers the paint and brushes and other tools required to organize your gallery, allowing users to access an organization’s painting collection easily and, when required, trace an existing work to jump-start a new masterpiece.
Similar to a blank spreadsheet, the content management possibilities in SharePoint are almost endless. When using business process as an organizing framework in SharePoint, the tasks required to assign or tag content become daunting for someone who is not an information systems professional. With RapidMapper, users simply follow the contextual map to determine where they are and what they are doing in a business process and to find the supporting content easily because it is visible to them and immediately accessible.
With RapidMapper you can easily …
In all of these activities, key repeatable Phases, Activities, Tasks, and Steps can be clearly defined and made visible for others to learn and follow; and relevant information resources can be usefully aligned to the specific context of the work and made accessible at the time of need. RapidMapper resourcefully provides a roadmap, a GPS, and a tool chest for the knowledge resources that already exist in your organization.
What’s In It For You? And more importantly what can RapidMapper do for you? RapidMapper can:
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