Information Quality Management: Theory and Applications

Information Quality Management: Theory and Applications

Latif Al-Hakim (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)
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Release Date: September, 2006|Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 326
ISBN13: 9781599040240|ISBN10: 1599040247|EISBN13: 9781599040264|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-024-0

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The Internet and mobile commerce bring with them ubiquitous connectivity, real-time access, and overwhelming volumes of data and information. The growth of data warehouses and communication and information technologies has increased the need for high information quality management in organizations. Information Quality Management: Theory and Applications provides solutions to information quality problems that are becoming increasingly prevalent.

Information Quality Management: Theory and Applications provides insight and support for professionals and researchers working in the field of information and knowledge management, information quality, practitioners and managers of manufacturing, and service industries concerned with the management of information.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Latif Al-Hakim lectures in Management in the Faculty of Business at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. His experience spans industry, research and development, and academic institutions. Latif was awarded his undergraduate degree in 1968, and went on to receive his Masters (1978) and PhD (1983) from the University of Wales (UK). Dr. Hakim has published extensively in information management and systems modelling. He is the author and editor of seven books, more than ten chapters in books and more than 60 papers in various journals and conference proceedings. He is the Editor-in-Chief of International journal of Information quality and Associate Editor International journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations. Latif has also consulted to a number of major industrial organizations in Australia.

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