Information-Driven Business
How to Manage Data and Information for Maximum Advantage

Robert Hillard

Information is not just a window on the business, increasingly it is the business! Around the world, businesses and governments are migrating from a process-driven past to an information-driven future.

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Robert Hillard has been a guest on number of ABC Radio National programmes discussing aspects of his books, information and society.
Ockham’s Razor with Robyn Williams discussing Information-Driven Business.
Future Tense with Antony Funnell discussing our surveillance society.
Future Tense with Antony Funnell discussing Big Data.



Robert Hillard

Featured from the Information-Driven Business blog:

Exponential answers or fake news
“Exponential” is one of those great words loved by the start-up community and technology investors alike. Exponential technology growth curves allow you to hide any number of early mistakes while also reaching massive audiences quickly. Exponential solutions can be the … Continue reading

Today’s flying through tomorrow’s eyes
Sir David Attenborough gave powerful testimony to a UK parliamentary committee recently, arguing that we need to reduce the amount of global air travel to cut our carbon footprint. The irony that he has spent his career flying the world … Continue reading

Opportunities beyond startups
Is it just me or has the world gone mad for startups and writing software? Don’t get me wrong, I am a big fan of startups and all that they bring to the economy. However, if you read the business … Continue reading

Email works too well
Everyone who regularly feels overwhelmed by their email would agree that there is a problem.  The hundreds of articles about the issue typically make the same assumption and are wrong. Writer after writer bemoans email as inefficient and an obstacle … Continue reading

The Internet was a mistake, now let’s fix it
Each generation over the last century has seen new technologies that become so embedded in their lives that its absence would be unimaginable. Early in the 20th century it was radio, which quickly become the entertainment of choice, then television, … Continue reading



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