Ensuring that information is managed such that it provides value in decision making and it serves other managerial needs. The management of information includes effectively managing business processes, data analysis and reporting, and performance management.
To understand information management and how it can provide value to the entity by the appropriate management of information
To understand and identify opportunities associated with the value of using IT to create or modify work flows and business processes that have the potential to make more effective use of resources
To understand the process of gathering, modeling, and transforming data with the goal of identifying the more useful information, suggesting conclusions, and supporting effective decision making
To understand how to apply data analysis and reporting concepts in such a way as to efficiently and effectively analyze enterprise performance, and to help the entity to achieve its accountability goals and objectives, using both financial and non-financial information
The main objective of this Dimension is to provide content on managing and utilizing information for an entity. Information management includes managing information from design to destruction. This Dimension also provides familiarity with the business processes and certain software categories in which information is generated, computed, analyzed, changed, ...