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Resources for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years"

E-Discovery Roles and Responsibilities in a Successful Litigation Readiness Program Records Management Roles and Responsibilities in a Successful RM Program The ECM Governance Model Information Organization You Gotta Know the Territory: How to Segment your ESI A Manageable Taxonomy of Taxonomy Management Tools Program Framework, Roadmap, and Recommendations Process Design and Implementation E-D Process Flow Diagrams for your Current and Target Future State 3 Best Practices for Developing Records Management Policies and Procedures The Difference between Records Management Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines The Processes for Managing your RM Rules Here’s the First Draft of your Social Media Policy Architecture and Technology How Different is Legal Document Management?

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ISO 23081-1: 2006, Metadata for records, Part 1: Principles

There is a valuable discussion on roles and responsibilities in properly managing this metadata: “Roles and responsibilities with respect to records management metadata should be defined, assigned and promulgated throughout the organization

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Creating a Governance Program is the 1st Step towards a Successful SharePoint Implementation

A SharePoint governance program will cover the: Establishment of a Governance Board Definition for release management, standards enforcement, and cross-functional delivery Roles and responsibilities for using and administrating the SharePoint system Actions to be taken in the resolution of issues or problems relating to the SharePoint system The SharePoint Governance Board is comprised of both business and IT representatives

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Work Finding Us

What I tell the headhunter I'll tell you: MMS or Managed Metadata Services is the new lingua franca of information management practices, It's also the precursor to a whole host of roles and responsibilities around how organizations not only document what they do but do according to how well they document

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AIIM Introduces Social Media Governance Training Program

This course covers the processes, roles and responsibilities, and instruments required to successfully bring social media into the organization's governance framework for compliance, legal and regulatory requirements, and best practices for information management

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5 Considerations for Building Your Governance Strategy

The caveat here, of course, is having adequate (and standardized) policies and procedures, and clear roles and responsibilities. Create Clear Roles and Responsibilities

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What’s in a name….??

It is important to get these as right as they should or could: describe the role – this enables staff within the company to identify the appropriate personnel when they need advice and/or guidance on a particular subject matter give the employee a clear sense of his/her role and responsibilities give an indication of the level of seniority enjoyed by the holder Here are a number of differing job descriptions which I believe cover, to a large extent, similar roles within organisations of one industry: Information Manager Head of Imaging and Records Services Bank Records Manager Records Manager Regional Records Manager Group Records Management Consultant Risk Manager Business Records Manager Head of Information Regulation Global Head of Records Management Why so many different titles?

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Social Media Record Management – The Next Challenge

In the National Archives and Records Administration bulletin 2014 (NARA Bulletin 2014), it has been mentioned that Agencies must articulate clear processes, policies, and recordkeeping roles and responsibilities to ensure social media records are identified, managed and captured

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