The Information Management Body of Knowledge

  • Andy Bytheway


Allen Lee ’s simple model (see Fig.  1.2) was the foundation of the IMBOK , but it masks huge complexities in the territory where information technology, business and society meet, and hence, the IMBOK is an expansion of it that begins to accommodate the different attitudes, vocabularies and expectations that are evident. The reality is that there are direct connections between these two worlds, there are shared interests that mutate from one level to the next, and it is necessary to understand them if our personal or organisational investments in information technology and information systems are to succeed.


Business Process Information Management Business Strategy Customer Relationship Management Business Process Management 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of the Western CapeBellvilleSouth Africa

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