Monthly Archives: November 2010

Metadata versus Taxonomy

I’ve advocated for many years that Information Management should be a superset of related disciplines including data warehousing, document management, library science, enterprise search et cetera.  While this is an easy statement to make, it is really hard to execute. … Continue reading

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Should Finance be the Information Czar?

Imagine if modern accounting was an invention of the past decade.  Given the heavy use of computer technology, it’s very likely that the entire discipline would be regarded as part of Information Technology. Now consider the amount of non-ledger information … Continue reading

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Interview with MIS about Information-Driven Business

MIS Asia and affiliated magazines/sites around the world have published an interview with me about my book, Information-Driven Business (Wiley 2010).  The article is titled Business, know thyself and was first published in October 2010 by Divina Paredes. You can find more media coverage … Continue reading

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