Information Management Pros Don't Get Enough Respect, Report Finds CMSWire “The Evolving Value of Information Management” report was commissioned by the Financial Times and the Special Libraries Association to look at the “evolving value” of...
With the introduction of the Policy on Information Management (2007), the Directive on Information Management Roles and Responsibilities (2007) and the Directive on Recordkeeping (2009) as published by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, these guidelines have been designed to help all Government of Canada employees understand their roles and responsibilities in managing information resources effectively.
We've already established what makes a good information management (IM) business case from a high level, i.e., addressing meaningful business value rather than “save everyone time searching for documents.” But the devil’s in the details, so I want to dig down a bit more to give you all more specific guidance on building an effective IM business case. Topic: Information Management.
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