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Vår gemenskap är god! Nordisk Nytta genom ett informationsteoretiskt raster : En fallstudie av Nordiska rådet/Nordiska ministerrådets informationshantering

Andersson, Mia and Gardell, Olof (2001)
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Abstract
Information management is today a matter of great importance for every organisation. It is therefore necessary for organisations to see information and its management as a significant part of the organisation s key to success. In this essay we have chosen to study the implications of information policy and information strategy for The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. These two intergovernmental organisations share the same information department. Although The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers are non-profitable organisations, they share some characteristics with those acting in a competitive market. Our leading purpose is to find out in what way the information policy and information strategy is manifested in... (More)
Information management is today a matter of great importance for every organisation. It is therefore necessary for organisations to see information and its management as a significant part of the organisation s key to success. In this essay we have chosen to study the implications of information policy and information strategy for The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. These two intergovernmental organisations share the same information department. Although The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers are non-profitable organisations, they share some characteristics with those acting in a competitive market. Our leading purpose is to find out in what way the information policy and information strategy is manifested in the organisation s information management. To narrow the problem we concentrated our research to a case study on the web site of The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. The research process evolved during the development of a new version of the organisation s web site. We found that a theoretical basis for information management is well matched with the policy and the strategic aims and their results for the information department at The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. The result of this thesis implies that the information department can take part in the knowledge creation for the organisation. To take full advantage of an information strategy it is advisable to execute the implementation in phases, using the experience from the preceding stages when performing the next phase. (Less)
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author
Andersson, Mia and Gardell, Olof
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organization
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
informationshantering, informationsförmedling, informationsteori, Documentation, information, library science, archivistics, Arkiv- och bibliotekskunskap, dokumentation
language
Swedish
id
1334026
date added to LUP
2001-01-19
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2014-04-11 14:17:01
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  abstract     = {Information management is today a matter of great importance for every organisation. It is therefore necessary for organisations to see information and its management as a significant part of the organisation s key to success. In this essay we have chosen to study the implications of information policy and information strategy for The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. These two intergovernmental organisations share the same information department. Although The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers are non-profitable organisations, they share some characteristics with those acting in a competitive market. Our leading purpose is to find out in what way the information policy and information strategy is manifested in the organisation s information management. To narrow the problem we concentrated our research to a case study on the web site of The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. The research process evolved during the development of a new version of the organisation s web site. We found that a theoretical basis for information management is well matched with the policy and the strategic aims and their results for the information department at The Nordic Council/The Nordic Council of Ministers. The result of this thesis implies that the information department can take part in the knowledge creation for the organisation. To take full advantage of an information strategy it is advisable to execute the implementation in phases, using the experience from the preceding stages when performing the next phase.},
  author       = {Andersson, Mia and Gardell, Olof},
  keyword      = {informationshantering,informationsförmedling,informationsteori,Documentation, information, library science, archivistics,Arkiv- och bibliotekskunskap, dokumentation},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Vår gemenskap är god! Nordisk Nytta genom ett informationsteoretiskt raster : En fallstudie av Nordiska rådet/Nordiska ministerrådets informationshantering},
  year         = {2001},
}