“Managing” information

I had difficulties finding a suitable article in today’s The Wall Street Journal.  But rather than admit defeat, I decided to go with this.  But it’s a reach.

“Russia’s Olympic Effort Sputters,” Wall Street Journal, November 30-December 1, 2013, A9 http://on.wsj.com/1c3otHx

I had thought from the headline that this story would be forecasting that the site would not be ready for the Olympic Games, less than three months away.  Well, yes and no.  The places where the athletes will compete are all done.  What is less done is all the rest – the hotels, the shops, etc.

How do you manage life under a microscope?  Reporters looking for news to report (i.e., bad news). Is “managing” that process “information management”?  Or just Public Affairs?  Or Communications?  What’s the link, if any, to Information Governance?  Is it on the cusp of Crisis Management?


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