About the Talk
April 24, 2015 10:30 AM
Minneapolis, MNMinneapolis, MN
More than ever large organizations need taxonomy to retrieve, publish and manage information in the way they want to. Being able to manage records, documents and other digital assets throughout their lifecycle is key to efficient operations and effective communications.
This is a case study of a taxonomy project completed for the world’s football governing authority, FIFA. As a global organization over 100 years old FIFA has produced a large collection of official documents, and they needed a way to organize them.
From the business problem that sparked the project to the exercises, analysis and standards used to the derive the final product, we’ll look at each phase of this unique taxonomy project, and take away a few useful insights along the way.
- How to lead a taxonomy project
- Real-world taxonomy development
- Information governance for global regulatory bodies