AIMQ: a methodology for information quality assessment

@article{Lee2002AIMQAM,
  title={AIMQ: a methodology for information quality assessment},
  author={Yang W. Lee and Diane M. Strong and Beverly K. Kahn and Richard Y. Wang},
  journal={Inf. Manag.},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={133-146}
}
Information quality (IQ) is critical in organizations. Yet, despite a decade of active research and practice, the field lacks comprehensive methodologies for its assessment and improvement. Here, we develop such a methodology, which we call AIM quality (AIMQ) to form a basis for IQ assessment and benchmarking. The methodology is illustrated through its application to five major organizations. The methodology encompasses a model of IQ, a questionnaire to measure IQ, and analysis techniques for… Expand
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