The authors of this book guide the readers along the paths of adaptive information management in an era of constant change. Topics cover what information management is; why, how and when to deal with it; and who are involved in the organisational (change) management processes in short- and long-term. Adaptive Information Management thinking is a method that helps to understand modern society better. Its basic building blocks are the Amsterdam Information Management model and the Adaptive Cycle of Resilience theory. It offers an integrated insight into the role that knowledge and information play in the contemporary organisational context. The research interest of the authors is on how organisations manage challenges in a way they stay successful. More and more they realise how important it is to understand the context; the context that is leading and that the secret is in cooperation, sharing information, knowledge and skills for co-creating solutions for both business and social problems. Raising awareness on adaptivity and information management; this book helps to open up the personal performance capacities of the professionals, who contribute to the unlimited potentials for organisational successes now and in the future. This approach makes the book a handy guide for people who are intrigued by developments in knowledge and information in contemporary society. It is therefore beneficial for business professionals as well as in education. The authors aim at creating a better future for society by improving consciousness via education to make people more successful.