IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter
Vol. 2 Issue 2 April 2006
In this edition...
Table of contents [PDF]
From the IAIDQ President [PDF]
From the Editor in Chief [PDF]
Larry English begins a new three-part series on Information Quality Characteristics, with his first article focused on Information Definition Quality.
Daragh O Brien continues his series on "IQ in the Language of Business," this time drawing parallels from the sub-modalities of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to demonstrate how we can better build managerial rapport within our organizations.
In his article entitled "Believability in the Language of Information Quality," Graham Rhind argues that the believability of information should not be the basis for assessing data quality.
Association News [PDF]
The IAIDQ Board's Strategy Session in February
The IAIDQ Book Club, a new and exciting service that will soon be launched
Latest events from our Irish Community of Practice (Irish CoP)
A list of upcoming IQ activities.
Future issues — Call for Contributions
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25 April 2006