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By Martin Belam

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Abstract

At the recent EuroIA Summit in Amsterdam, delegates focused on ‘redrawing the map' - the power of Information Architecture to enable information sharing across all kinds of borders. Martin Belam reviews the sessions and provides a preview for the 2009 summit.

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At the recent EuroIA Summit in Amsterdam, delegates focused on ‘redrawing the map' - the power of Information Architecture to enable information sharing across all kinds of borders. Martin Belam reviews the sessions and provides a preview for the 2009 summit.

What's Inside:

...the kind of attention to detail that leads the average Information Architect to enjoy nothing more than ‘hiding in a room for 4 weeks in order to produce a 120 page document with 15,000 annotations' often precludes being a visionary leader.

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