What's Your Information Footprint?

Jeffrey L. Sampler (First Author), Michael J Earl (Participant Author)

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Abstract

How much land do you own? How many people do you employ? How big is your factory? At different times in history, these questions have all been surrogates for a far more basic question: How wealthy are you? That's because, at different points in the evolution of business, each of those questions inquired about the fundamental asset that was at the heart of wealth creation at the time land, people or machines. Today we are on the cusp of a period in which another question may serve as an indicator of potential wealth. That question is: How much information do you have?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)95-96
JournalMIT Sloan Management Review
Volume55
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • Editorial Material
  • Knowledge management
  • Management science

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  • SSCI

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