Business Information Organization: 21st Century Best Practice
Introducing the intelligent network and Business Information Organization. This is the best management tool a business can have and there is nothing to buy, nothing to upgrade and nobody to hire. The business world is locked into a one size fits all method of managing its most valuable asset - business information. What is missing in that scenario is order, control, teamwork and supervision. When employees can put anything anywhere, call it anything they like and do anything with the information you are paying for one way or another, the business is out of control. There has been a disconnect between the content the business creates, collects, stores and uses and the context or purpose for which it exists. It is time to end all of that and to change the way that you think about information altogether. This is a book that answers the questions for owners and managers. middle managers, IT personnel, information officers, trainers, consultants and educators. Let's start the debate we have to have now
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