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Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper identifying and describing how information is used and how it flows in an organization.
Information management is practised in organisations. Yet information is used by individuals in those organisations. [ The counterpoint between the organisation and its individual members has particular relevance to information management because of its responsibilities to both the organisation at one level and to individuals at another level. This counterpoint means that we need to consider
both the organisation and its members in information terms as a starting point for developing strategies for effective information management in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The purpose of the paper is to develop some general guidelines for effective information management. There are three major topics: information and organisations information and managers information management in SMEs SMEs, according to the standard EU definition, employ no more than 249 people, have less than 40 million ECU turnover and no more than 25 percent ownership or control by one or more enterprises which are not SMEs. ]
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