In every aspect of our lives we are suffering from information overload. But organisations and the individuals within them can develop strategies in order to manage information. This book explains these strategies, and takes a problem-solving approach, contextualising theory within examples from a range of organisations.
Business Information Management takes a problem-solving approach, by highlighting the issues faced by managers in identifying, capturing and systematising information in order to improve organisational performance. The book helps students to understand how to improve organisational performance by exploring these issues and examines solutions to reduce problems. Unique in its multi-stakeholder perspective, this book addresses challenges faced by not only the end-user but also the departmental manager, IS manager and company director. Companion website includes an Instructor's Manual, full colour Powerpoint slides, and Multiple Choice Qusetions. Suitable for for modules on; Information Management, Business Information Systems, Business Information Technology, Strategic Information Systems at both undergraduate and masters level.