Article on Information and Knowledge Management in the Case of the US Intelligence Community featured on Harvard Business Review Blog
Thomas H. Davenport wrote a nice post on the Harvard Business Review blog on why the US Intel. Community failed to stop the Christmas Day Bomber from boarding a flight to the US. Tom highlights my paper published in the International Journal of Public Administration that examined information and knowledge management in the US Intel […]
Information Management and Environmental Sustainability: New Article in Business Information Review
Peter C. Ellis and I have a paper published in the current issue of Business Information Review. Abstract: Attempting to merge the topics of environmental sustainability and information management, this article works towards defining both fields and constructing a viable framework that creates a strong relationship between the two topics. Reviewing literature on information management […]
What do you mean by a “good idea”?
Here is a simple exercise: Find 20 people in your organization. Ideally, choose people across the various hierarchical levels and functional departments of your organization. Ask each person two questions: How would you define a good idea? How do you recognize a good idea? Chances are high that if you work in a typical organization, […]