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Information is generated in everything staff do. Government departments, service companies, utilities, primary industry, manufacturing, retail – all generate large quantities of information every day. With staff empowerment the norm, the rate of creating information by individuals in their normal daily work is growing exponentially. And what about stuff that is not written down – the knowledge in people’s heads?
And here’s the rub. The volume is growing rapidly, but is the value of that information pool increasing at similar rates? Or is it locked away in a "silos"? What about too much information rather than the stuff that is really useful?
This is a presentation from an interactive event run by Intergen on 24 March 2010.