Information governance speaks a lot about compliance, and protection, and ediscovery. But little about use. How do you make money from information? You use it.
Case in point. “Planning a Meal Around Data,” Wall Street Journal, July 24, 2014 B6 A company using advanced software to gauge demand and arrange delivery of ready-to-cook meals. Over the web.
Think they pay attention to the details? Attempting to limit spoilage to 1%.
In your business, what information do you use to make money? How do you manage that information? How do you source it, validate it, organize it, share it, and protect it?