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Information Asset Management

Why You Must Manage Your Data, Information and Knowledge the Way You Manage Your Money

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Price and Evans have produced a ground-breaking, mind-altering book on how organizations and executives need to be thinking about and approaching information in their organizations, but why they regularly fail to do so. This perhaps is the most comprehensively researched and one of the most important books ever published on the topic of managing data as an actual enterprise asset and overcoming the persistent business pathology preventing it. - Douglas B. Laney, Innovation Fellow, West Monroe Partners, and author of Infonomics and Data Juice

If you think money, people, and infrastructure, are your only assets to manage, think again. It is impossible to manage any other asset well without managing the data, information, and knowledge which underly them and are assets in their own right. Price and Evans offer compelling arguments based on experience, the latest research, and industry leaders. Learn from them and put this book to work! - Danette McGilvray, President and Principal, Granite Falls Consulting, Inc. Author of Executing Data Quality Projects: Ten Steps to Quality Data and Trusted Information™, 2nd Ed. (Elsevier/Academic Press, 2021)

At a time when everyone seems to have become an instant data expert and AI genius, it’s refreshing to read a rigorously researched and pragmatically laid out examination of this fundamentally important topic. In my view, it’s a prime example of the Australian MBA culture (minimum bullshit allowed) in action, and needs to be on everyone’s reading list. - Daragh O Brien, CEO, Castlebridge and Lecturer in Data Protection and Data Governance, UCD Sutherland School of Law.

Recognizing data, information, and knowledge as assets and treating them as such may be the single most effective way a company can improve its strategic position. And doing so is an absolute necessity for those pursuing AI.- Thomas C. Redman, Ph. D., the Data Doc, Data Quality Solutions, Rumson, NJ USA

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Forlag
Productivity Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
198
ISBN
9781032573885
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«

Price and Evans have produced a ground-breaking, mind-altering book on how organizations and executives need to be thinking about and approaching information in their organizations, but why they regularly fail to do so. This perhaps is the most comprehensively researched and one of the most important books ever published on the topic of managing data as an actual enterprise asset and overcoming the persistent business pathology preventing it. - Douglas B. Laney, Innovation Fellow, West Monroe Partners, and author of Infonomics and Data Juice

If you think money, people, and infrastructure, are your only assets to manage, think again. It is impossible to manage any other asset well without managing the data, information, and knowledge which underly them and are assets in their own right. Price and Evans offer compelling arguments based on experience, the latest research, and industry leaders. Learn from them and put this book to work! - Danette McGilvray, President and Principal, Granite Falls Consulting, Inc. Author of Executing Data Quality Projects: Ten Steps to Quality Data and Trusted Information™, 2nd Ed. (Elsevier/Academic Press, 2021)

At a time when everyone seems to have become an instant data expert and AI genius, it’s refreshing to read a rigorously researched and pragmatically laid out examination of this fundamentally important topic. In my view, it’s a prime example of the Australian MBA culture (minimum bullshit allowed) in action, and needs to be on everyone’s reading list. - Daragh O Brien, CEO, Castlebridge and Lecturer in Data Protection and Data Governance, UCD Sutherland School of Law.

Recognizing data, information, and knowledge as assets and treating them as such may be the single most effective way a company can improve its strategic position. And doing so is an absolute necessity for those pursuing AI.- Thomas C. Redman, Ph. D., the Data Doc, Data Quality Solutions, Rumson, NJ USA

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