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BFM2013 / Knowledge-based organizational change / ISBN:9781493581078 / Published 2013-10-26 on Amazon
2. IMPROVING THE USE AND CONTROL
__ Knowledge management and participation
3. STRATEGIC OUTSOURCING
__ Framing vs. “frameworking”
5. BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE ON E-GOVERNMENT
__ Past forecasts, current realities
__ Costing e-government
__ Deploying e-government in your organization


The business side of BYOD / cultural and organizational impacts / ISBN:9781494844264 / Published 2014-01-30 on Amazon
1 TODAY
__ 1.2. Pervasive computing
2 TOMORROW
__ 2.2 Impacts on the delivery of ICT services
__ 2.3 Business architecture and “virtual” ICT systems


#SynSpec - XXI Century Expert Team Building and Management / vol. 1 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781499798074 / Published 2014-07-26 on Amazon
3 AN ACTION PLAN


Ongoing - Removing Free-Riders / Episode 2015/3 / ISBN: / Published 2015-07-07 on Issuu
Chapter 1 Method
__ The Rationale


Ongoing - E-Service Incentive / Episode 2015/4 / ISBN: / Published 2015-07-09 on Issuu
Chapter 2 Business Case
__ Transition


25 years of lessons (and counting) on 'relevant data' / vol. 3 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781496073594 / Published 2015-08-22 on Amazon
1 YESTERDAY AND TODAY
__ 1.3. “Data vs. knowledge” ownership
2 TOMORROW
__ 2.1 Coping with the future
__ 2.3 Business intelligence “on demand”
__ 2.4 Why the “Internet of Things” approach is relevant
__ 2.5 Evolving your business intelligence infrastructure


The business side of GDPR / cultural and organizational impacts / ISBN:9781718910836 / Published 2018-06-03 on Amazon
1 TODAY
__ 1.2. The key GDPR impacts
__ 1.3.5. Level 4 Externalizing sensitive data


From #dataleaks to #consentdata / vol. 5 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781794049963 / Published 2019-01-16 on Amazon
1 WHY #CONSENTDATA
__ Components and their stakeholders
2 YOUR VILLAGE IS A WORMHOLE
3 MOVING INTO A GDPR ERA
__ Is centralization of access really the future?