The information challenge
In today’s world, organizations are required to rethink how to architect and manage information to maintain a competitive and organizational edge. Many are embracing strategies that are more flexible, moving away from isolated systems and departmental silos. These organizations recognize the need for information to be structured so that it is consistent, transparent, findable and understandable.
But, the need for information strategy and structure extends beyond the enterprise. Whether information is architected to inform algorithms, to bring awareness to important societal challenges, or to clearly communicate available resources to help those in need, information strategy and structure play an important role in our everyday lives.
Join us February 18, 2017
as information architects around the world come together to celebrate, share knowledge, and discuss the
importance of strategy and structure within communities in the information economy.