Information Management is a meta discipline that combines strategy, architecture, technology, and governance to get the right information to the right people at the right times to do the right things in support of an organization’s mission, vision, and values. Information Management happens at the intersection of people, process, information, and technology.
Information Management is not universally understood the way project management is today. I aim to change that.
This presentation provides a simple framework for building a business case for Information Management with a focus on Strategy and Architecture.
I hope this helps other information professionals move the discipline of Information Management forward in their organizations. If this helps you, please like, comment, and share!