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30/10/2012

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We are undertaking a research project on Organisational Culture in reference to Organisational Change and recognise the critical role of Information management in any change process. As a member of the Institute for Information Management (IIM), your views are very important to us and will go a long way in helping us understand how organisations can become more successful at dealing with change.





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18/12/2009




Date Posted:
26/11/2009

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Read a summary of the 2009 IIM ACT Conference and follow the links to various presentations.


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24/11/2009

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Abstract of presentation by Tony Corcoran To IIM ACT Conference 2009


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24/11/2009

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Abstract of presentation by Margaret Chalker To IIM ACT Conference 2009




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31/08/2009





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17/12/2008





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Date Posted:
16/10/2008

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Despite the potential benefits, many enterprise portal projects have been plagued by poor up take within the intended user group. These failures can be traced back to a variety of organisational and technical root causes. Some problems, such as usability, are common to many other enterprise applications and can be solved through well established methods. However, the lessons of experience point to three particular success factors that are critical when selecting and implementing enterprise portals.



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29/07/2008

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Increasingly, the business of modern government requires greater knowledge of its policy context, faster and more reliable decision-making, faster and more effective implementation of its policy objectives, and greater accountability and transparency in its decisions. Business Intelligence (BI) is about making factual information useful in delivering smarter, more accountable and more transparent government. This introductory paper discusses key drivers in government BI, as well as key principles, tools and methods, benefits, costs and challenges for effective BI.



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23/07/2008

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While knowledge management has recently been a key concern for organisations, there is significant anecdotal evidence that organisations are unsatisfied with their organisational intranets that have been created based on the promise that information technology itself can manage organisational knowledge. The proposition is that organisational information systems will be more effective if their design is informed by an understanding of human information behaviour broader than merely rational decision-making behaviour.


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25/06/2008

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"A Knowledge Management system is one that provides the user with the explicit information required, in exactly the form required, at precisely the time the user needs it.” Or: “A Knowledge Management system is one that connects to all sources of knowledge.”




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26/03/2008




Date Posted:
07/03/2008

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This article is a follow-up to "Interoperability-not just a word for the technical".


Date Posted:
07/03/2008

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Survey of members and non-members on behalf of IIM WA Branch.



Date Posted:
17/10/2007

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An observation on some of the implications of the converging disciplines of records management and information management.


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28/09/2007

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The 2007 Cohasset ARMA AIIM Electronic Records Management Survey – Call for Collaboration is now available. The survey's conclusions are based on data compiled from more than 1600 respondents in 2007 and a total of more than 5500 in the survey's four prior years – 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2005.



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17/08/2007

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I recently attended two presentations on 'taxonomies in the digital environment', presented by respected information management specialists. Both presenters viewed classification as practised by librarians as a quaint anachronism unsuited to the digital world. The tone was patronising. Their view is wrong, and an understanding of how library classification works will lead to an understanding of the relevance of library classification in the digital world.


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13/08/2007

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After the conclusion of the litigation between British American Tobacco Australia Services Limited (BAT) and Mrs McCabe, the Victorian Attorney-General Robert Hulls MP, asked the Victorian Crown Counsel, Professor Sallmann, to examine the current law, procedures and practices of discovery in the conduct of civil litigation in Victoria.