How to start or advance your career as an Information Manager
1: WHAT DOES AN INFORMATION MANAGER DO?
Sharing data and information is the key purpose of information management.
Information Managers are the guardians for information. They ensure the right people have the right information at the right time. They define, collect, check, manipulate and present information.
2: PRIMARY SKILLS
There are 14 primary skills an Information Manager requires:
|1||Developing information requirement resources (OIR, AIR, PIR, EIR etc)|
|2||Developing and managing delivery resources (BEP, responsibility matrix etc)|
|3||BIM / information management meeting input|
|5||Common data environment setup and management|
|6||Data checking and issue management|
|9||Research & development – workflows and processes|
|10||Research & development – technology solutions|
|11||Specialist (BIM + IM) consultancy|
3: CAREER PROGRESSION
As an Information Manager progresses, capability increases. This table aligns increasing skills acquisition with the 5 levels of career progression. It is useful to use with job descriptions, career mapping, planning / targeting training and making sure salaries match capability.
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