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A Simple Model for Information Governance, Part 3 of 3

Introduction In the previous installments (January 17 and January 26, 2014), I discussed my difficulties with the current definitions of “Information Governance,” a hierarchical view of Governance and Management, and the nature of the activities at each level. This installment looks at the Length dimension, and then returns to “Information” and “Information Governance

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The “four layer” model applied to unstructured content

In my book, Information-Driven Business , I introduce a four layer model for information. You can also read more about this model in the MIKE2.0 article: Four Layers of Information . The four layer model provides a way of describing information in every organisation. The model explains how information is consumed (layer 1: metrics), navigated (layer 2: dimensional), held (layer 3: atomic) and created (layer 4: operational)

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Excluding The Information Professional In SharePoint

We're the people that have been busy developing models of governance (or rather, reworking the models of Governance that we've used since the days of Microfilm) and have been driving forward the conversation about how SharePoint can be used as a "proper" ECM (and yes, maybe even ERM) system

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Information Governance…in Seven Really Difficult Steps

Why would I pick a title that almost guarantees no one will read this, especially in the shadow of Marc Solomon and Chris Walker’s recent, excellent blogs on the topic of information governance ( Big Governance and the Politics of Self-Regulation and Governance sucks but doesn't have to )?

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