Information Driven Management Concepts and Themes: A Toolkit for Librarians

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Saur, 1998 - Computers - 73 pages
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One of the most welcome developments in the library world is the burgeoning recognition in the business community of the importance of information, information issues, and the deployment and management of information and information technology. At the same time, the corporate world generally dismisses the actual and potential role of the library as custodial rather than proactive. To help information professionals leverage their role in the organization of today and tomorrow, they must breach the gap between the business and library cultures.

As a means of educating the librarian -- and enabling the librarian to educate the administration and promote information services -- Koenig explains 21 of the most critical themes and vocabulary of information driven management, including Knowledge Management, Competitive Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Mining, and more. In each case, the concept's relative priority, context, and evolution are discussed. (IFLA Publication. Vol. 86)

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Contents

Introduction
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Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital
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Data Warehousing Data Mining
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