A Practical Guide for Implementing an Enterprise Information Management Program explains the basics of an information management program and then provides all of the necessary details to implement such a program with success. It is written for individuals, companies, or large organizations (including the government) investigating ways to treat their information as a strategic asset and for those involved with implementing such a change. An enterprise information management (EIM) program solves the number one priority among information technology executives: alignment to the business. This book also teaches you how to:
Define key roles in a successful enterprise management program
Describe the qualities necessary within each role
Set up teams, evaluate progress, monitor quality, and measure results Communicate effectively
Identify organizational structures that work
Implement a customized enterprise management program for your company.