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The Social Life of Information

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 03-24-2008 Print

A list of the most provocative, engaging business books of all-time, and what they should mean for business and IT managers.   


The Social Life of Information
By John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid
Harvard Business School Press

Sometimes stepping back from the bleeding edge and hoopla around new technologies is necessary to truly understand the power of information, the authors argue. By examining information in a social context, Brown and Duguid offer a unique perspective on the lifeblood of any company.

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