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Managing Information: Avoiding Overload by Trevor J. Bentley

Managing Information: Avoiding Overload by Trevor J. Bentley

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Managing Information - Avoiding Overload suggests that the value of information is directly related to its decision-making relevance. It therefore follows that managers need to know and understand their decision-making role before they can define their information needs with any accuracy.

The book is structured in three parts:
Part 1 covers the impact of the information revolution on society, organizations and individuals as well as including a section on the importance of 'getting connected'
Part 2 provides a guide for managers to understanding the basics of information management
Part 3 shows that managers need to be proactive in gathering, constructing and using information effectively

This practical book gives hands-on guidance to any manager keen to control and manage information overload
Packed full of case studies, examples and mini exercises


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