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Infonomics : How to Monetize, Manage, and Measure Information As an Asset for Competitive Advantage.

By: Laney, Douglas B.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (344 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351610704.Subject(s): Business intelligenceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Infonomics : How to Monetize, Manage, and Measure Information As an Asset for Competitive AdvantageDDC classification: 658.40380000000005 LOC classification: HD38.7Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I Monetizing Information as an Asset -- Chapter 1 Why Monetize Information -- Chapter 2 Prime Ways to Monetize Information -- Chapter 3 Methods for Monetizing Information -- Chapter 4 Analytics: The Engine of Information Monetization -- Part II Managing Information as an Asset -- Chapter 5 Information Management Maturity and Principles -- Chapter 6 Information Supply Chains and Ecosystems -- Chapter 7 Leveraging Information Asset Management Standards and Approaches -- Chapter 8 Applied Asset Management for Improved Information Maturity -- Part III Measuring Information as an Asset -- Chapter 9 Is Information an Asset? -- Chapter 10 Who Owns the Information? -- Chapter 11 Quantifying and Accounting for Information Assets -- Chapter 12 Adapting Economic Principles for Information -- Chapter 13 Infonomics Trends -- Appendix A Information Management Maturity Challenges -- Appendix B Sample Legal Rulings Related to Information Property Rights -- Index -- About the Author.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I Monetizing Information as an Asset -- Chapter 1 Why Monetize Information -- Chapter 2 Prime Ways to Monetize Information -- Chapter 3 Methods for Monetizing Information -- Chapter 4 Analytics: The Engine of Information Monetization -- Part II Managing Information as an Asset -- Chapter 5 Information Management Maturity and Principles -- Chapter 6 Information Supply Chains and Ecosystems -- Chapter 7 Leveraging Information Asset Management Standards and Approaches -- Chapter 8 Applied Asset Management for Improved Information Maturity -- Part III Measuring Information as an Asset -- Chapter 9 Is Information an Asset? -- Chapter 10 Who Owns the Information? -- Chapter 11 Quantifying and Accounting for Information Assets -- Chapter 12 Adapting Economic Principles for Information -- Chapter 13 Infonomics Trends -- Appendix A Information Management Maturity Challenges -- Appendix B Sample Legal Rulings Related to Information Property Rights -- Index -- About the Author.

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<p>Doug Laney is vice president and distinguished analyst in the Chief Data Officer (CDO) research and advisory team at Gartner, Inc. Doug researches and advises clients on information monetization and valuation, open and syndicated data, analytics centers of excellence, data governance, and Big Data-based innovation. He is the author of Gartner's enterprise information management maturity model, has compiled several hundred real-world examples of the "art of the possible" with data and analytics, edited and co-authored an eBook on Big Data for the Financial Times , and is a two-time recipient of Gartner's annual thought leadership award.</p> <p>Around the turn of the millennium, Doug originated the field of Infonomics, developing methods to quantify and harvest information's economic value, and positing how to apply traditional asset management practices to information assets. He lectures at leading business schools and conferences on the topic, and his articles have appeared in Forbes , Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times. Throughout his career Doug held leadership roles with global systems integrators and early-stage software companies, and has been a Gartner analyst for eleven years.</p> <p>Doug lives outside Chicago with his wife and son where he bikes, cooks, plays competitive tennis and non-competitive golf, is a volunteer Junior Achievement instructor at a local grammar school, coaches area entrepreneurs, and sits on the University of Illinois Department of Accountancy advisory board.</p> <p>You can follow Doug on Twitter at @doug_laney and on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/douglaney.</p>

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