Information-Driven Business
Robert Hillard

Interview with MIS about Information-Driven Business
by Robert Hillard

MIS Asia and affiliated magazines/sites around the world have published an interview with me about my book, Information-Driven Business (Wiley 2010).  The article is titled Business, know thyself and was first published in October 2010 by Divina Paredes.

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