The information revolution and the advent of big data have made formalized records management a crucial consideration for enterprises. Data contains information, information can yield knowledge, and knowledge is valuable for organizations that need to make the right decisions quickly.
But if knowledge has an inherent value, how can we account for this value similarly to the way accountants manage traditional assets? Our latest information paper outlines:
- How to calculate the net knowledge worth of your organization
- Ideas for converting current knowledge—employees’ experience and information capabilities—into fixed knowledge
- The four steps of proactive information governance
Download our information paper to learn more.