Information is considered both an essential element of organizational design and an asset to be processed and managed. Further research on and application of topics relating to the architecture, management, and use of information is imperative to organizational success.
The Handbook of Research on Information Architecture and Management in Modern Organizations focuses on information as an essential element of organizational design and emphasizes the strategic role of knowledge transfer and management in organizations across industries. Taking a cross-disciplinary approach to information architecture and management, this publication draws on research essential to diverse organizations and is designed for use by business professionals, researchers, academicians, and upper-level students.
This comprehensive reference work features key research and concepts on topics related to information functionality, information modeling, information overload, information retrieval, innovation management, organizational architecture, informed governance, and relevant applications across industries.
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Information scientists of course, but also chemical engineers, computer scientists, airplane pilots, business scholars, and others explore how businesses and other organizations shape their information. Their topics include re-configuring information services in light of the post-custodial, informational, and scientific paradigm of information science: a case study of the hospital sector; an evolutionary approach to managing innovation in modern organizations; a framework for internet technologies and innovation based on the study of Brazilian companies; the objective defining model of informed governance; and an evaluation of partnership for productive development in Brazil's healthcare: measuring the knowledge translation from implementation to the impact.
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