Focuses on the requirement for business and government enterprises to address the problems associated with managing the various types of information assets, such as electronic documents, e‐mails, sound files, digital drawings and Web content. Outlines the challenges facing executives in managing digital and physical information assets, in order to fulfil their responsibilities to customers, shareholders or the public. Suggests that information practitioners should develop a thorough understanding of the business imperatives within their organisations, and use applied methodologies to analyse critically business processes, methods and tools. This approach will mean that the various information disciplines within enterprises will have to communicate and share knowledge.
Asprey, L. (2004), "Information strategies: are we aligning the business case with enterprise planning?", Records Management Journal, Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 7-13. https://doi.org/10.1108/09565690410528893Download as .RIS
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