Over the last couple of days I’ve seen/heard some comments that Big Buckets don’t work well in Records Management...You wanna make big buckets work?
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Big bucket retention schedules (100-150 record series/retention categories for an enterprise) are more cost effective to maintain and increase filing accuracy for both manual and automatic classification
There have been discussions in the records management profession about limiting the number of record categories (records series) in an organization’s retention schedules. The argument is that there are just too many different categories of records in a large organization and that not...
There have been discusses in the records management professional about limiting the number of different record categories (records series) in an organization’s retention schedules. The arguments are that there are just too many different categories of records in a large organization and...
Erica Johnson, Enterprise Content Management Specialist at Freeport-McMorRan Copper & Gold, is our first member of the week nominated by a co-worker. I’ll let Greg Fitzgerald, who nominated Erica, take it from here: Erica has always been a key member of our Records Management...
The best way to have records management and business process mirror each other is a through a "big bucket" system of retention schedules
This approach requires a new Big Bucket Record Series called “Transitory...Big Bucket Retention Schedules The new paradigm for RM includes a redefinition of Records Retention Schedules
See http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/bulletins/2010/2010-03.html Yes, NARA has officially endorsed flexible scheduling and big bucket retention schedules, and a number of agencies have moved to this approach
The innovation that came along was the Big Bucket retention approach...Don’t get me wrong - I like Big Buckets far better than I like granularity. But even Big Buckets aren’t really working either
Earlier this week NARA released a proposal that they are restructured the GRS and taking a big bucket approach
A key component of this approach is to create a “Transitory” big bucket that represents those emails that are non-records...A recommended approach for this type of email classification is to use a big bucket retention schedule