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Valuing data : an open framework

By: Ray, Dewey EPublication details: Boca Raton CRC Press 2021Description: 127pISBN: 9781032095394Subject(s): Knowledge Management | Information Resources Management | Intellectual CapitalDDC classification: 658.15 Summary: Valuing Data, an open framework is a first step in that direction. Its purpose is to: Provide the reader with some background on the nature of data Present the common categories of business data explain the importance of data management report the current thinking on data valuation offer some business reasons to value data Present an "open framework" along with some proposed methods for valuing data. The book does not aim to prescribe exactly how data should be valued monetarily, but rather it is a "starting point" for a discussion of data valuation with the objective of developing a stakeholder consensus, which, in turn, will become accepted standards and practices.
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Table of Content:

1. Uncovering the hidden asset
2. An overview of data
3. Common categories of business data
4. Taking a value-based approach to data management
5. Some current thinking on the value of business data
6. Some business reasons to perform a data valuation
7. The open framework for data valuation

Valuing Data, an open framework is a first step in that direction. Its purpose is to: Provide the reader with some background on the nature of data Present the common categories of business data explain the importance of data management report the current thinking on data valuation offer some business reasons to value data Present an "open framework" along with some proposed methods for valuing data. The book does not aim to prescribe exactly how data should be valued monetarily, but rather it is a "starting point" for a discussion of data valuation with the objective of developing a stakeholder consensus, which, in turn, will become accepted standards and practices.

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