Even decades into the Information Age, accounting practices yet fail to recognize the financial value of information. Moreover, traditional asset management practices fail to recognize information as an asset to be managed with earnest discipline. This has led to a business culture of complacence, and the inability for most organizations to fully leverage available information assets.
About this Course
What you will learn
Identify and adapt traditional asset management principles and practices toward the improved management of information assets.
Measure information’s various value characteristics to help justify or prove information-related expenditures.
Articulate the challenges, pitfalls, and paradoxes regarding information’s role as a something owned and controlled.
Lay out new and emerging organizational roles for treating information as an actual business asset.
Skills you will gain
- Data Analysis
- Big Data
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Module 1 Managing Information as an Asset
Module 2: Measuring and Accounting for Information
Module 3 Privacy, Rights, Ownership, and Sovereignty
Module 4 Roles and Organization Structure
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