TxM 009 Section 1.7 Taxonomy principles Created by James on 6/26/2013 4:54:51 PM
This document summarizes some important taxonomy principles relating to Strategic Engineered Precision Taxonomies as applied by JAR&A.
1. High value business decisions
Value is unlocked through effective delivery of information that is intuitively fundamentally meaningful packaged in a way that the computer system APPEARS to be intelligent and presented through reports, graphs, dashboards, advanced statistical techniques, advanced economic analysis and other advanced techniques of information presentation, analysis and interpretation.
This supports MUCH BETTER strategic, tactical and operational decisions that manifest in improved organizational profitability, growth, impact, etc.
2. High value intelligent information
High value business decisions require that executives can get answers to any question for which they can reasonably expect there to be answers in the databases that they know their organization has -- easily and quickly and without major effort on the part of any staff member or contractor -- the RIGHT information at the RIGHT place at the RIGHT time in order to make the RIGHT decision.
3. Value is created by business action
Value is created by business actions that deliver on the essence of why the organization exists and how it thrives. Value manifests through increased profitability, growth, acquisitions, job satisfaction and fulfilment of the strategic vision.
Value is the consequence of intuitive, intelligent, informed leadership business decisions – thrive decisions. Such decisions are facilitated, accelerated and enhanced through access to more intelligent, meaningful and relevant information.
Value is created by obtaining answers to the questions I have not yet thought to ask.
Such “intelligent information” is assembled as a consequence of high level strategic and executive level input into the design of the data CONTENT – taxonomies designed to catalogue every conceivably relevant classification ahead of time.
All taxonomies should be designed with the above principles in mind.
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