IIBA Australia - Canberra - Now and then, process and practice: Designing fit for purpose information structures
Data and information does not exist in a vacuum. Understanding the usage patterns and changing relevance of information and data throughout its lifecycle is critical to effective information management.
This workshop will discuss several frames of reference that may need to be considered when designing information structures in systems, including archiving, recordkeeping, practice support, process support, and real-time interactions. Participants will be given the opportunity to work through real or hypothetical problems and consider suitable solutions for each problem space.
Speaker Biography: Stephen Bounds
Stephen Bounds is an Information and Knowledge Management specialist with a wide range of experience across the government and private sectors. With over 17 years of experience in delivering Information Management, Knowledge Management and Information Technology solutions, Stephen uses active questioning and a minimum of preconceived ideas for solutions to help organisations identify valuable outcomes and viable pathways to achieve their goals.
As founding director of KnowQuestion, Stephen and his team of specialist consultants help organisations to ‘join the dots’ and find innovative solutions to their critical business problems. Through clear strategic thinking and hands-on support, KnowQuestion enables organisations to increase their knowledge capacity, implement modern information systems, and increase their data quality.
Stephen is also the founder of RealKM (realkm.com), a website and weekly newsletter that highlights the best evidence-based Knowledge Management findings across all scientific disciplines in easy to read articles.
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