"Keith premises this Column on the belief that processes and data are mirror images of one another. Processes not only consume and generate data, but are themselves a form of data, and governance processes are necessary to manage data generally. In this Column, Keith takes a look at the processes that control how data is created, used, updated, and disposed of by an organization."
Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA wrote "Human Interactions" (2005), described as "the overarching framework for 21st century business technology".
Using the principles for cross-boundary collaboration that he developed, Keith went on to lead award-winning social enterprises for healthcare innovation, wellness, and community finance.
Watch out for Keith's forthcoming book, "Community in the Twenty-First Century".
Keith has also released six jazz, classical, and traditional folk albums.