Digital Information Design, DID, is the new library designed by the ASL/BiSL Foundation in which you will find independent guidance about business information management, BIM.
Digital Information Design is the umbrella library for all future publications from ABF that cover business information management. The library is intended to reflect the issues of the modern enterprise and will cover all aspects of BIM from integrated information supply chains to management of necessary operational processes.
The first book in the DID series takes the BiSL next book as its starting point and builds on the issues discussed as well as amplifying operational guidance issues. Widely reviewed by users of existing BiSL guidance, academics and enterprises with modern-day perspectives on the importance of data, the first book in the library will be published by VHP late 2020.
DID elaborates on the framework of the BIM guidance published in, BiSL® Next. It is a public domain de facto standard for BIM with guiding principles, good practices and practical templates.
It offers guidance for digitally engaged business leaders and those who collaborate with them, with the ultimate goal to improve business performance through better use of information and technology.
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