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10 principles of effective information management (01 Nov 2005)
Implementing information technology solutions in a complex and ever-changing organisational environment is never easy.

The challenges inherent in information management projects mean that new approaches need to be taken, if they are to succeed.

This article has outlined ten key principles of effective information management. These focus on the organisational and cultural changes required to drive forward improvements.

The also outline a pragmatic, step-by-step approach to implementing solutions that starts with addressing key needs and building support for further initiatives. A focus on adoption then ensures that staff actually use the solutions that are deployed.

Of course, much more can be written on how to tackle information management projects. Future articles will further explore this topic, providing additional guidance and outlining concrete approaches that can be taken.
Article URL: http://www.steptwo.com.au/papers/kmc_effectiveim/index.html

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