Knowledge Architecture: A Vision for the 21st Century [ABSTRACT]
Friday, 5th February 2010
By Bob Bater
With so much focus on the cost of high-value information, corporations may overlook an even higher cost - that of failing to manage information adequately. Bob Bater believes corporations are finally understanding the risk, and presents alternative frameworks for information professionals for co-managing information and knowledge.
With so much focus on the cost of high-value information,corporations may overlook an even higher cost – that of failing tomanage information adequately. Bob Bater believes corporations arefinally understanding the risk, and presents alternative frameworks for information professionals for co-managing information and knowledge.
Simply stated, the new kind of problem we face is that information needs
knowledge and knowledge needs information - a truism that seems to have been
largely ignored by the recent histories of both information management and
knowledge management. Without information to feed it, we can have no knowledge.
And without knowledge, information is useless.
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