If you didn't know, I work for a publisher of mostly B-to-B controlled-circulation magazines (such as our flagship QSR Magazine).
For a while (about to celebrate 6 years with QSR), we've been chugging along with a fragmented set of systems and after reading about Bricolage in several places, and content management in general, I believe it's the next big project our company should undertake to become more consolidated and efficient.
So now I'm facing this big project and figuring out how to approach it. I'd love to visit with other fellow publishers who have implemented Bricolage (such as MacWorld) and pick their brain.
Let me also say that I believe the documentation of Bricolage is inadequate, in terms of a User's Guide (great for installation and technical stuff). Don't get me wrong - I'm not criticizing something that I wouldn't be willing to do myself. As I get more familiar with Bricolage (and again, CMS in general), I will likely be writing my own guides that I would be willing to share with others.
Just to spill my thoughts on how I see CMS affecting our business:
There are probably others, but that's a good start. If anyone's got advice, I'd love to hear it.