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Roadmap Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of different Roadmap types or categorizations that are used by Information Technology (IT) professionals, their organizations and the business they support, in order to help with the definition and understanding of Work and Delivery that is critical to the implementation and oversight of Strategy.

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Records Management Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of different Records Management types or categorizations that are used by Information Technology (IT) professionals in order to help define, structure, organize, track and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge. These Record Management types or categorizations are associated with the IT Discipline called Records Management and all of its related processes and solutions. They also help to highlight the importance and complexity of Records Management."

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Records Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of different Record types or categorizations that are used by Information Technology (IT) professionals in order to help define, structure, organize, track and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge. These Record types or categorizations are associated with the IT Discipline called Records Management and its related processes."

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Process Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of different Process types or categorizations that are used by Information Technology (IT) professionals to help identify, define, classify, structure, organize, track and understand various Processes. These Process types or categorizations are associated with the IT Discipline called Process Management."

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Knowledge Management Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of key Enterprise Knowledge Management types or categories that are important to most enterprises, Information Technology (IT) Organizations, IT Professionals, and Knowledge Management Professionals who support or provide services to enterprises.
A Knowledge Taxonomy is often used as a foundation for understanding the types of Knowledge that an enterprise needs to identify, measure, collect, persist, share, teach, and/or develop and improve, over time."

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IT Discipline Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of key IT Disciplines that are used by Information Technology (IT) organizations and professionals to help define, structure, organize, and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge associated with the many Discplines performed by IT Organizations and their IT Professionals, both, for themselves and for their business stakeholders. Such information is often used as a foundation for data modeling, especially in the design, definition, and implementation of other Taxonomies and Ontologies.

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Inventory Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of key Inventories that are used and should be maintained by Information Technology (IT) organizations and professionals. Such Inventories help define, structure, organize, and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge that are important to IT Organizations, IT Professionals, and their Business Stakeholders. Specifically, maintaining current and up to date Inventories is a best practice that ensures better transparency into the enterprise and which leads to good operational metrics for better decision making.

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49 users have voted.

Governance Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat representation of key forms of Governance that are used by Information Technology (IT) organizations and professionals to help manage themselves and to help define, structure, organize, and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge within their enterprises. Such information is often used as a foundation for data modeling, especially in the design, definition, and implementation of other Taxonomies and Ontologies.

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