Right from its inception, the Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law was born to serve the very specific needs and concerns of worldwide business technology management professionals. It has become the haven for this specific segment of the global market across all sectors of economic activity spanning the United States of America and all other nations of the world. This enterprise services millions of worldwide business technology management and knowledge management professionals every month. World’s governments, corporations, institutions, and, corporate executives seek and apply Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law Institute’s counsel on national policies and corporate strategies. Premier professional associations and business publications seek and utilize Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law Institute’s research on latest trends in business technology management, knowledge management, and cutting-edge thinking on the new world of knowledge workers and knowledge-based organizations. The content and community resources created by BRINT Institute have held the top rank over the last decade in terms of global popularity, global visibility, global penetration, global reputation, and focus on the most targeted market segment of business technology management and knowledge management professionals. Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law is also the hub of the largest global network of such professionals with registered members in every country of the world linked to the Internet. For development of our global community of knowledge workers we have also underwritten the expense of half million dollars worth learning and growth opportunities through our Giveaway for Success program…
…Most such professionals involved in the various types of economic activity across public, private, and governmental sectors represent knowledge workers of today. They are more and more interconnected with increasingly widespread and global information and communication technology networks in their daily work life contexts. They are transforming the models of organizations, work, markets, and economies, as we have known in the past while re-shaping their own destinies in that process. They include the key decision-makers in most business, technology, and management enterprises, departments, divisions, and roles, as well as the influencers, movers, and shakers of the knowledge-based economy. Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law Institute and all its initiatives are dedicated to advancement of these knowledge workers’ interests and concerns as specified in the above mission statement. It aspires to be the definitive global network of the knowledge workers, for the knowledge workers, and by the knowledge workers.
Our award-winning content and community portals are the world’s most reputed and top-ranked resource for Business Technology Management and Knowledge Management professionals since their inception ten years ago. Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law Institute’s advice, analyses, research, and practices guide the policies and strategies of worldwide governments, corporations, and institutions. Our pioneering contributions to worldwide business management and information technology related practices are written about in thousands of worldwide publications including Wall Street Journal, Business 2.0, Fortune, Business Week, Forbes, KM World, Computerworld, Information Week, CIO Magazine, Chief Executive, and, InfoWorld. Users of our services include Fortune 1000 and Global 5000 companies and our clients and partners include the world’s largest technology, publishing, and marketing companies. In any given month, a few million individual business technology management professionals and thousands of business technology management organizations benefit from the services produced and underwritten by the Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law. The Encyclopedia of Law web portals are also the global showcase of choice for thousands of worldwide organizations and their latest business management, information technology, e-business, and knowledge management related products, services, innovations, events, and professional positions.
The Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law continues to play a pioneering role in developing the mainstream worldwide awareness and application of business technology management practices and trends through its online ventures. It continues to define the leading edge thinking and practices characterizing the postindustrial transition from the information economy to a global knowledge economy. Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law has several firsts to its credit including: the first online content site on most contemporary business technology management practices, the first online content site on knowledge management practices, the first online community on business technology management practices, the first online community on knowledge management practices, the first knowledge ‘portal-on-demand’ at the lowest price point ($0.00), and the first global collaborative research effort on knowledge management and business model innovation that involved 200 worldwide authors.
Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law is unique in being the world’s virtual gateway to the largest pool of talented minds involved in contemporary business technology management practices across the USA and all other countries of the world. Its content and community web sites serve as a highly focused reference visible on the web sites, portals, and intranets of most corporations, organizations, institutions, associations, publishers, libraries, publications, and professionals involved in contemporary business, technology, and management practices. Worldwide consultants, managers, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, government officials, professors, and scholars reference our research and practices. References to our ‘working knowledge’ are found across all areas of business technology and practice in every realm of social and economic activity across most countries and nations of the world. By some estimates the highly targeted global worldwide penetration, reach, and range of the BRINT network alone will take between $500 million to $1 billion dollars to replicate for any newcomer.* Additional information about how our activities are contributing to the global development of knowledge work, knowledge workers, and knowledge economies is available in What’s News. (*Those newly initiated to the Web or business performance should see Warren Buffett’s web site as an interesting contrarian example.)
Internet and Communications portal of the Encyclopedia of Law web sites have been reviewed in several publications, including popular press, professional associations, government and corporate publications, higher education publications, library profession publications, scientific publications, non-profit publications, and publications in all other sectors of economic activity. Presented below is a very small sample of such reviews.