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Inventorying Electronic Records, Part 2: Approaches

Far too long ago I wrote a post introducing the topic of inventorying the records and information of the organization. I'd like to return to the topic now with a look at different approaches for gathering that information. I will follow up much more quickly with posts on the questions to...

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Records Inventorying: Deontic Questions with Criterial Leap

So, I’m trying a new (for me) inventorying technique: deontic questions with criterial leap. I know, I know--but stay with me here. Basically it’s active listening influenced by the presuppositions of conditional probability (or the probability of an event occurring, given that...

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Inventorying electronic records - part 1

This is the first in a series of posts on the fundamentals of electronic records management - and few topics are as fundamental to effective information management as the inventory. There is an old truism in management that you can't manage what you can't measure. Most organizations have...

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Practice makes perfect!

If you have ever attended one of my classes or heard me speak at an event, one of the things you will consistently hear is my mantra about practice. In ECM, BPM, ERM or whatever segment you wish to discuss, the bottom line is you cannot drop technology into place and leave it. The introduction...

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Technology, As Ever, Isn't the Answer

**Views expressed in this blog are my personal views and not those of my employer. Any reference to any living person or organisation, past or present, is entirely co-incidental** When they realised technology alone was never going to be the answer it was too late…. So, the enforcement...

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