“Overwhelming” “Complicated” “Scary” Quotes from a movie poster? A book jacket? A Congressional hearing? No, merely a summary of my latest People’s Take* on the state of information management today.
Conference-goer to fellow attendee at the coffee station: “Hi, I’m [name]. Nice to meet you!” Fellow attendee in response: “Hi, I’m [name]. And who are you with?” Here in the Twenty-Teens, this question no longer tells us much about what someone knows or how he or she can help.
“There are three degrees of untruths: a fib, a lie, and statistics.”– likely Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 1891 I love market research. I used to do market research as a principal career focus, so I can tell you that market research findings indeed can be interpreted to conclude anything you want them to. And I […]
Forward-thinking organizations have a pretty good sense of why they must have official policies that govern the way they classify, protect, retain, and dispose of their business-critical information – even if they haven’t yet implemented formal programs in those arenas. But here’s the thing: without the will to actually enforce those policies, they’ll likely find […]