One of the crucial tasks of records managers is to get the attention of those in the C-suite. The trouble with that is that the C-suite doesn’t care about records. To be honest, I don’t care about records either. When we step back from our worldview and get a bigger picture of the...
But Canada's glories in the records and information management space are not all past tense...And I say brief because it is impossible to capture the contributions of every Canadian who has had an impact on the records and information management industry
My recent two-part series on the Fundamentals of a Successful Records and Information Management Strategy (which you can find here: Part 1 | Part 2 ) seems to have struck a nerve
I am often asked where I think the Records and Information Management function should exist within a company's org chart
Last week I talked about some of the opportunities and challenges inherent in the deployment of a records and information management program
At best, records and information management are tied in with business processes and improves them to the point where users can’t believe they ever lived without proper RM / IM and ECM tools
An Electronic Records Management (ERM) Program should typically form part of a broader enterprise-wide Records and Information Management (RIM) Program in an organization that includes management records of all media (hard-copy, electronic) enterprise-wide
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Over 20 years ago I realized the disconnect between those who bought/built systems and compliance with records and information management requirements
AIIM True North webinar Oct 28 Aligning Systems Development and Implementation with Your Organization's RIM Requirements or RIM is Vital to Systems Development and Implementation.pptx
10-28-2021 | 13:00 - 14:00 ET
With a 30 year view of records management as a practitioner in private and public sectors, educator, consultant, and now blogger, I think the bigger risk is a lack of leadership for records and information management at C-levels of organizations