Codification vs personalisation: A study of the information evaluation practice between aerospace and construction industries
Tang, L. C. M., Zhao, Y., Austin, S.A., Darlington, M.J. and Culley, S.J. (2010) Codification vs personalisation: A study of the information evaluation practice between aerospace and construction industries. International Journal of Information Management, 30 (4). pp. 315-325. ISSN 0268-4012
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2009.11.009
In the emerging digital economy, the management of information in aerospace and construction organisations is facing a particular challenge due to the ever-increasing volume of information and the extensive use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). This paper addresses the problems of information overload and the value of information in both industries by providing some cross-disciplinary insights. In particular it identifies major issues and challenges in the current information evaluation practice in these two industries. Interviews were conducted to get a spectrum of industrial perspectives (director/strategic, project management and ICT/document management) on these issues in particular to information storage and retrieval strategies and the contrasting approaches to knowledge and information management of personalisation and codification. Industry feedback was collected by a follow-up workshop to strengthen the findings of the research. An information-handling agenda is outlined for the development of a future Information Evaluation Methodology (IEM) which could facilitate the practice of the codification of high-value information in order to support through-life knowledge and information management (K&IM) practice.
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