Successfully managing corporate information environments

I have worked with corporate information for over a decade and yet there is one thing that never ceases to amaze me. As an employee or a consultant, I will first enter the building that houses the company, government department or charity. The building is generally shiny and impressive, it may even be a tower that dominates the skyline. I am greeted by one or more neatly attired receptionists. I may be offered water or coffee while I wait for my security pass. Then I move into the offices. There may be some papers on desks but I have yet to be confronted with the stench of road kill or piles of rubbish in the aisles. Finally, I sit at a desk, turn on a computer and enter their information systems.

At this point, it is as though I have entered a virtual recreation of a stoned teenager’s bedroom…

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