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Practical Information Policies: How to Manage Information Flow in… (edition 1990)

by Elizabeth Orna

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Offers a straighforward way of working out what an organization needs to know to survive and prosper; what information it requires to feed its knowledge; and how people need to interact in using knowledge and information. This edition includes new chapters on people and technology.
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Title:Practical Information Policies: How to Manage Information Flow in Organizations
Authors:Elizabeth Orna
Info:Gower Publishing Company (1990), Hardcover, 299 pages
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