Managing information is something we do all our lives. It is possibly because we do it so often that we do not reflect on what exactly it is. Life is already complicated enough and so overcomplicating it with unnecessary self-reflection is something we inherently avoid. That is all well and good, provided that is we are not accountable for our actions, or are not actively involved in assessing these actions to evaluate possible changes. Most of the time intuitive action is enough. However, there are times when we need more than this, and that is when accountable frameworks, which can stand the criticism of enquiry, are needed. Currently it seems that many models of information management are being used without that critical enquiry, and some rather limiting models of both information and its management are dominating our thoughts and actions.
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