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Rethinking Data: Cultural Barriers Are an Obstacle to Optimal Information Delivery

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Comments (1)
Sadly, "it goes without saying..." needs to be said a hell of a lot! My blog post from last year also raises the cultural and practical issues of managing information as an asset: http://informationaction.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/whats-what-wheres-where-and-whos-who.html
Posted by Alan D | Sunday, May 25 2014 at 12:27AM ET
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