Corporate Literacy: Discovering the Senses of the Organisation

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Chandos, 2007 - Business & Economics - 166 pages
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This book introduces a new facet for information and knowledge management: Corporate Literacy refers to the comprehensive literacy that companies and communities need in the networked, fast changing and complex environment. The views relating to organisations and information are changing along with the changes in the operating and information environment. The concept of literacy is also expanding. It cannot anymore be observed only from an individual point of view but the attention has to be transferred to communal skills. Based of these shared skills the organisation is able to build its own information architecture and to offer its information resources for use. This book will tell the reader how Corporate Literacy is created and what kind of a strategy can be used to develop it. The book includes information architecture of a literate organisation and new roles of information professionals.

  • Provides a new concept and facet to the field of information and knowledge management
  • Integrates increasingly expanding information and media literacy skills to organisational literacy skills, to cover a range of different aspects
  • Connects the usability of the information architecture and information resources to the corporate literacy

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Contents

Introduction
1
why is it needed
13
Corporate Literacy in practice
63
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Anne Kauhanen-Simanainen is Project Director and Owner of CIM Communication & Information Management, Helsinki, Finland. She has 20 years experience as an information architect, consultant and writer. She has worked for companies, governmental and research institutions and universities.

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