England and America are two countries separated by the same language – George Bernard ShawIn the same way, businesspeople ...
I went back to the Major National Bank yesterday to complete some parents'-estate-related account-opening tasks, and couldn't believe the gal helping me was told by some back-office document people to send ...
In the world of information governance:People … defeat PoliciesPolicies … defeat LitigationLitigation … defeats PeopleA ...
You are so right, Julie! I'd even go as far as to suggest that focusing on the people aspect of change is not just a huge benefit to, but a PREREQUISITE for success. Otherwise, the system might work well but value will certainly be left on the table.
An article in the University of Richmond’s 'Journal of Law and Technology' argued that the potential liability and future costs related to...An article in the University of Richmond’s 'Journal of Law and Technology' argued that the potential liability and future costs related to inadequate IG should be addressed as part of mergers and acquisitions due diligence > www.legaltechnews.com/home/id=1202752461306/The-Cu… Show more
VW 'did not have the storage.' Right up there with "my dog ate my homework" as an excuse ...Loading content, please wait.
Let this be a lesson to anyone who thinks technology is THE answer to information governance ...Loading content, please wait.
I once investigated the impact on sustainability of good info management -- peel back all the layers and you'll be surprised how great it can be!Loading content, please wait.
About meSteve Weissman advises and supports organizations seeking to improve the "care and feeding" of their business-critical information. Owner of a 20-year track record of innovation and success, he applies and extends established best practices for everything from strategy development to needs analysis, vendor selection, and user adoption.
Weissman helps clients achieve 'Better Business Thru Better InfoGov' by bettering their business processes, better protecting their information, and better applying their information technology. In the end, he's dedicated to ensuring you derive Maximum Total Value® from the information/records/content/documents/data that makes your organization go.
Specialties include needs analysis, ROI / TCO / MaxTV® analysis, RFP development, and vendor selection, as well as strategies for assessing and improving process and information management plans, policies, procedures, and technologies.
Expertise in information governance, enterprise content management (ECM), records management, workflow and business process management (BPM), collaboration, social media, mobile computing, cloud computing, imaging, forms, taxonomy / metadata, and disruptive forces like SharePoint.
Member of the AIIM Company of Fellows; Immediate Past President of the AIIM New England Chapter, holder of Certified Information Professional (CIP), ECM, and BPM credentials.
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