Peter would like to thank Mike Cochrane of Palladium Group for his contribution to this month’s column.

In this column, I have been discussing the principles and requirements for information empowerment. This month, I cover a key component for sustainability of information empowerment: the organizational structure. It may seem premature to discuss sustainability before covering all the topics in building an information-empowered environment. However, organizational considerations should be addressed from the very beginning, allowing the organizational transformation to occur gradually and positioning the company to fully leverage newly acquired information once it’s available.

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