Project: Reality-Based Guides

Project Objective: Development of practical, compact references for human factors in information governance.

T2P Reality-Based Guides (RBGs) are practical, compact references for human factors in information governance. RBGs are freely available for download without registration. If you approve of these resources, please consider joining the T2P community to gain access to all research publications and interactive channels.

T2P Reality-Based Guide: How to Make Complex Decisions

How to Clarify Complex Decisions

Most decisions are ad hoc: we hardly think about them, much less how we make them. Some business scenarios, however, call for deliberate decision engineering. When decision factors are complex, pressures and risks are high, and actions must be defended, structured multicriteria decision analysis can improve both decision-making processes and managerial confidence in their results.

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T2P Reality-Based Guide: How to Get More out of Technical Conferences

How to Get More out of Technical Conferences

Conferences typically offer more intangible than tangible benefits. This presents a daunting task in demonstrating real-world value. Four key activities will help you engineer more productive conference experiences, and later demonstrate the value of that experience to your employer.

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T2P Reality-Based Guide: How to Thwart a Social Engineering Exploit

How to Thwart a Social Engineering Exploit

Falling for a social engineering con is seldom a question of intelligence. As humans, we are bound by both nature and nurture to the social contract—which, like many contracts, can be twisted to our disadvantage. Protecting privileged information lies less in recognizing a social engineering exploit than in hardening yourself to it ahead of time.

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