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To a High IQ! Information Presentation Quality: Assessing Quality of the Communication of Information
October 2006
Larry English

This is the third in a series of three articles that describes the important Information Quality (IQ) Characteristics.

As stated in previous articles, the information consumer solely determines what constitutes quality in the information they need to perform their work. Knowledge workers need common IQ characteristics, such as clear, complete and correct definitions, and accurate and complete content. In addition, knowledge workers also need to see that information presented in a clear, intuitive, and unbiased manner that is appropriate to their functions and the conditions in which they work.

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