Organisations are starting to see that knowledge, information and data are the new competitive advantage. Internal departments collaborate to improve products and enhance deliverables, but with different content and datasets, outcomes are often ill-defined. Information professionals are perfectly positioned to solve this problem, and with their unique skill set they can understand the multiple uses of data and find business solutions. This article looks at some of the ways information professionals can make their role and work essential to their organisations and ensure they are invited to the table for future projects.
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This Research Focusdefines the characteristics shared by successful information centres who we define as "Information Centres of Excellence". (April - June 2019).
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11th April 2019
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