Download free of charge TFPL expert reports based on research undertaken by TFPL in areas of knowledge management, business information, and knowledge and information management skills development.
In the first quarter of 2011, TFPL undertook an online survey to map knowledge and information management (KIM) responsibilities within organisations. This report outlines the findings and conclusions from this survey.
This report has been developed by the participants of the ebic 2008 conference held in Berlin, 1-3 October 2008, where knowledge and information management leaders explored the trends and drivers that are determining the future of our organisations, market places and societies.
TFPL's CKO Summits are unique, practical, events where CKOs from organisations spend two days together sharing experiences, debating key knowledge management issues and working together to formulate new knowledge strategies. The key outcomes from these discussions have been summarised as Executive Reports and are available free of charge.
This paper summarises TFPL's view of the current e-information environment and presents a Framework of information responsibilities which will help employers identify the responsibilities, roles and skills required to develop and sustain essential IM practices; and help individuals assess and plan their careers.
The public's Right to Know under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) came into effect in January 2005. The aim of this paper is to help you to assess your readiness for the the public's Right to know, and identify your key priorities for action.
This Executive report presents an argument for why senior management must build information into their corporate strategies if they are to achieve current business goals and develop strategies for the future.
TFPL and Business360 conducted a online survey in March and April 2003 to explore the experience of, and trends in, business research outsourcing.
The following reports are available to order through TFPL.
Corporate competency frameworks seldom adequately cover the competencies
required to fulfill knowledge and information roles. TFPL have developed
a dictionary of competencies to enable organisations to fill this gap.
Published in June 2003, the Competency Dictionary is available to order.
Price: Paper version £175 (plus postage)
CD version £350 (plus postage)
A report commissioned by the information services National Training
Organisation (isNTO) on the outcomes of eight scenario planning workshops.
Price: £50 (plus postage)
This report contains the results of the first ever research project to
investigate the roles and skills required to create and maintain a knowledge
Price: £50 (plus postage)