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Making Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Work for Business by John Ladley

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CHAPTER

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Final Word

I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I haveended up where I intended to be.Douglas Adams

CONTENTS

EIM Building Blocks Redux

Business Model

Information Handling and Use

Information Life Cycle

Applications

Technology

Organization

Compliance

Enterprise “DNA”

Culture

Governance

Managed Content

Summary

EIM BUILDING BLOCKS REDUX

Part 1 has its own summary chapter. Feel free to flip back and read it. There are three success factors and five concepts mentioned for leadership. They are good items to keep close.

This book has been pretty firm on the stance that all of your data and content is an asset (or liability) and you need to formally manage it. “Formal” means a suitable set of standards, policies, and governance ...

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