Some of my ARMA brothers and sisters expressed concern that I was being insensitive by stating the following in a recent blog post—“If you are a Forest Gump RIM professional clinging to this notion that the CEO cares about the hard costs of storing some extra boxes, let me be the bearer of bad news, “life is Not like a box of records”. What the CEO is thinking is well beyond that cost issue, so you better have something better in your arsenal to sell your RIM program. Are you kidding me.”
First, let me apologize if I offended you. The intent of much of what Kahn Consulting does is to help RIM professionals, and businesses and government get RIM done right. The "Are You Kidding Me" blog is meant to be an “in your face” jump start to your own criticality about what you do well, what you need help with and what is truly “Old School”. I don’t assume anything about RIM professionals. I only know in today’s business environment where information management matters like never before, all RIM professionals need to elevate their program and their careers to meet today’s complex information management challenges that their companies are facing. I do whatever I can to try and help. Sometimes in my over-zealous moments I am too quick to be flip. So. I am sorry if I offended you. It was my intention to motivate not browbeat.
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