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Infonomics : how to monetize, manage and measure information as an asset for competitive advantage / by Douglas B. Laney

By: Laney, Douglas B.
Publisher: New York : Bibliomotion, 2018Description: xxi, 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781138090385.Subject(s): Information technology | Data processing | Analytics | StrategyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
MONETIZING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Why monetize information -- Prime ways to monetize information -- Methods for monetizing information -- Analytics - the engine of information monetization. MANAGING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Information management maturity and principles -- Information supply chains and ecosystems -- Leveraging information asset management standards and approaches -- Applied asset management for improved information maturity. MEASURING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Is information an asset? -- Who owns the information? -- Quantifying and accounting for information assets -- Adapting economic principles for information -- Infonomics trends. APPENDICES: Information management maturity challenges -- Sample legal rulings related to information property rights.
Summary: Reveals how to manage information assets (data) effectively. Includes information to help CFOs measure the actual and latent value in their organisation's information assets. Shares insights, frameworks and real-world examples.
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Book Book Australia
280 LAN 2018 (Browse shelf) Available
EBook EBook International
EBL Ebook (Browse shelf) Link to resource eBook Available as an ebook here
Book Book New Zealand
280 INF (Browse shelf) Available
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MONETIZING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Why monetize information -- Prime ways to monetize information -- Methods for monetizing information -- Analytics - the engine of information monetization. MANAGING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Information management maturity and principles -- Information supply chains and ecosystems -- Leveraging information asset management standards and approaches -- Applied asset management for improved information maturity. MEASURING INFORMATION AS AN ASSET: Is information an asset? -- Who owns the information? -- Quantifying and accounting for information assets -- Adapting economic principles for information -- Infonomics trends. APPENDICES: Information management maturity challenges -- Sample legal rulings related to information property rights.

Reveals how to manage information assets (data) effectively. Includes information to help CFOs measure the actual and latent value in their organisation's information assets. Shares insights, frameworks and real-world examples.

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