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Information-centric culture is a concept to the growing importance that society put on digital information. Some examples of how it is being applied include:
- Collaborative situational awareness - operators in a government agency can understand its threats from a number of asymmetric and real-time sources and quickly make decisions.
- Next-generation policy development - a policy analyst can make objective, evidence-based decisions on new policy development and create this in a collaborative fashion with colleagues and stakeholders
- Conversations with the customer - a bank can engage with the customer through the online channel, supplemented with rich historical information to address customer needs and wants, a significantly enhanced and more efficient approach to meeting in a branch
- A patient-centric healthcare system - significantly improved efficiency and patient insight through better sharing of information and longitudinal analysis that still balances the need for patient confidentiality
- Demonstrating and executing an appropriate governance model for all information held by the organization
Information Development in action is something we increasingly see today. Many of the biggest changes have been in government, but it impacts all industries.
While companies such as Google are the beneficiaries and drivers of this culture, many organizations need to introduce significant change to keep up with the demands of information-centric culture. While it is possible to get there in "small steps", we believe most organizations require transformational change in how they manage information. This is why MIKE2.0 promotes new strategy concepts and continuous improvement. This approach can result in: