Useful information is vital to managerial control. Management information systems provide managers with information to enable control. Information security is important in ensuring organisation performance data is controlled so that competitors cannot access information. Connect best practise strategies and goals: the organisations strategies and goals should dictate what types of best practises might be most valuable to others in the organisation. Identify best practises throughout the organisation: organisations must have a way to find out what practises have been successful in different work areas and units. Develop best practises reward and recognition systems: once best practises have been identified, that information needs to be shared with others in the organisation. Create a best practises knowledge-sharing system: there needs to be a formal mechanism for organisational members to continue sharing their ideas and best practises. Nurture best practises on an ongoing basis: create an organisational culture that reinforces a "we can learn from everyone" attitude and emphasises sharing information.