Zero-Based Information Governance, an AIIM 2014 Presentation

By Bryant Duhon posted 06-19-2014 12:43

  
Missed AIIM 2014? Or did you just miss out on a session or three you wanted to see? In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry.

Deborah Juhnke presented Zero-Based Information Governance: Breaking the Paralysis of Inaction.

Zero-Based Information Governance is a way of interrupting the prolific creation of information at the beginning of its life-cycle and instilling a culture of accountability for day-to-day information governance. It is a method for breaking the paralysis of inaction while avoiding high dollar technology purchases at the outset. This session examines the oversight, accountability, controls, and guidance necessary for employees to embrace their role for responsible creation and management of information.

Deborah Juhnke is a Certified Records Manager and Director of Information Management Consulting at Husch Blackwell LLP. As a member of the Firm’s Information Governance group she assists clients with information governance initiatives, including risk assessments, records retention, and e-mail system remediation. Juhnke brings more than 25 years’ experience to her work in records inventory, retention schedule and policy development, project management, records management program implementation, and legacy data cleanup. Her work has benefitted clients in a variety of industries, including public utilities, retail, manufacturing, business-to-business services, financial services, education, and healthcare.



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