Tuesday, 4th August 2020
Information professionals know the value they bring to the organisation, from an information standpoint. The difficulty arises in explaining that to stakeholders that are concerned with different areas of the chain: finance, innovation, operations, and more.
During this Community session, information professionals shared how to approach this difficulty with a focus on two of the most difficult to define organisational goals: innovation and efficiency.
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This is the slide deck and speaker notes from the Jinfo Community session "Innovation and efficiency value chains - a working discussion on your measurement, management and communication", which ran on 28th July 2020
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