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Information Management – the Weakest Link in your IT Chain?

Mark SmalleyMark Smalley, IT Paradigmologist, ASL BiSL Foundation, will be running a session at this year’s APMG-International Showcase on 20th June in London focusing on effective information management.

Most organizations have to cope with rapid and disruptive business change while utilizing evolving technology. This needs to be addressed from an end-to-end perspective, with close collaboration between a multitude of disciplines across the whole IT value chain. You may feel there is a weak link, but how do you identify it?

In this interactive session, participants will explore a notoriously weak link: information management. Information is an increasingly important business asset and information management is the link between the business and IT. But what does information management entail? How do you demonstrate governance? Who is accountable and responsible? Mark will answer these questions and more and you will be able to gain insight into the ‘state of the nation’ as represented by your peers in the session and into the guidance that the Business Information Services Library provides. 

If you haven’t registered for the APMG-International Showcase yet, do it now! Best of all, the event is free to attend to make sure you send the link to your colleagues so no one misses out.

Mark Smalley is a self-employed IT Management Consultant, based in the Netherlands, specializing in ASL®,  BiSL®, Application Management and Business Information Management. He is Ambassador-in-chief at the not-for-profit ASL BiSL Foundation and works for the APM Group as an ASL & BiSL contractor. He is also known as the IT Paradigmologist and has reached out to thousands of IT professionals at more than 50 events on 4 continents. Further details and publications at Smalley.IT. Follow and engage with Mark on Twitter @marksmalley or email: mark@smalley.it.

 

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