To assure high information quality, one must avoid ambiguity in both information collection and in information presentation.

Information quality is not just about quality of data in our databases; it is about quality of all of our communication - spoken, written and displayed. It is a concept my wife and I call "Don't Speak in Pronouns." It comes from having analyzed the root cause of some of our moments of miscommunication.

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