Information management in international development as an area for information services with a case in the field of health care in Ghana.
FID Congress. Madrid ESP, 1992/10/27.
Within the concept of information management (IM), information is divided into administrative or business-related information and subject-related information.
Administrative-oriented information refers to management and control of resources including personnel, financial matters, etc.
Subject-related information provides insight into the progress of programmes and pertains to goals, expectations, implementation, achievements, etc.
IM has been introduced to initiate or to improve the supply of business-related information as a decision-supporting tool.
IM can be recognized in a wide variety of disciplines, and consists of more than information systems only.
Mots-clés Pascal : Service information, Difficulté tâche, Politique information, Expertise, Organisation information, Exigence, Système information, Automatisation, Technologie information, Accessibilité, Implémentation, Etude cas, Organisation internationale, Echelon national, Etude générale, Aspect économique, Contrainte, Gestion projet, Gestion information, Activité information, Spécialisation, Activité gestion
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Information service, Task difficulty, Information policy, Expertise, Information organization, Requirement, Information system, Automation, Information technology, Accessibility, Implementation, Case study, International organization, National scope, General study, Economic aspect, Constraint, Project management, Information management, Information activity, Spécialization, Management activity
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 94-0536382
Code Inist : 001A01B. Création : 199501.