Information First: Integrating Knowledge and Information Architecture for Business Advantage

Information First: Integrating Knowledge and Information Architecture for Business Advantage

By: Roger Evernden (author), Elaine Evernden (author)Paperback

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Description

Information is seriously undervalued and underused as a corporate resource. The pressures of global competition and a growing dependence on information technology mean that the effective use of information is more important now than it has ever been. This book is a fundamental guide for unleashing information potential, by combining the discipline of information architecture with the power of knowledge management, to drive organizational changes. Instead of unlocking the potential of information, people are drowning in detail. Current books only approach this subject from an information technology perspective. This book combines techniques from knowledge management and information architecture to provide a layer above the detail - techniques for seeing the big picture.

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About Author

Roger Evernden is a well-known specialist in the effective use of corporate information. He has been working in the area since 1980, primarily in the finance industry, government, information technology & manufacturing sectors. He is a respected authority on model-based approaches to information management & information architecture, developing guidelines & techniques that are used in many leading organizations. Speaks frequently to management & technical audiences.

Contents

Preface; Architecting organizational changes; The essential 8 factors; What & why, and when & how; Who's responsible for what: assigning responsibility for changes; Developing an information map: how to navigate the information resource; Making it available: adding exponential value; Using it: making the best use of corporate information; Improving the architecture and keeping it current; Conclusion: case study; Appendices.

Product Details

  • publication date: 04/09/2003
  • ISBN13: 9780750658584
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 248
  • ID: 9780750658584
  • weight: 362
  • ISBN10: 0750658584

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