Kim Taipale, CAS Executive Director, "Information Management and Policy in the Intelligence Enterprise," Working Paper [withdrawn from circulation, restricted access upon request].
K. A. Taipale, "Information Management and Policy in the Intelligence Enterprise," McLean, VA (Apr. 12, 2005) [download presentation] (2.8MB PDF)
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Related Areas of Research Interest: Technology innovation and adoption, social change, knowledge-creation, deciscion-making, risk-analysis, risk-management, conflict resolution, deviation analysis, pedagogy, communications, media analysis, information economics, control theory, network theory, emergence, complexity, history of technology, and cultural history.
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