- Written by an author who offers both practical and academic experience in the field of strategic information management (SIM)- Written from a business perspective, the text provides concise, practical advice on how to achieve successful information management- Whilst drawing upon knowledge of theoretical models, the emphasis is on practical applicability in the workplace
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Jela Webb is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton; her specialty is Information and Knowledge Management. She first became interested in this discipline, in the 1990's while researching her MBA examining teamwork in organizations. She subsequently formed her own management consultancy offering strategic advisory services in this emerging field and has consulted with organizations in a variety of sectors both in the UK and abroad. She was one of the first people in Europe to be awarded an MSc in Information and Knowledge Management, completing her studies in 2002. In addition to writing articles and reports on IKM and related topics for various publications she is the author of 'Strategic Information Management' published by Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Ltd in 2008. She has presented at conferences and facilitated discussions forums on the implementation of IKM programs. She has also been involved in research programs focusing on skills development for the 'new economy'.