My Five Commandments of Content Governance Policies

My latest on searchcontentmanagement:

The term content governance, and others like it, is so often bandied about, the issue can take on the trappings of a religious movement — right up to and including the existence of caterwauling crusaders who blindly preach rigid doctrine on how to take control of one’s information.

Although I firmly believe in the whole governance “thing,” I am not a fan of slavish obedience to dogma because too many cultural and operational differences exist between organizations for there to be one single truth.

Having said that, though, I do believe that five commandments, when followed, can bring considerable earthly benefit.

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My Five Commandments of Content Governance Policies
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Here are five commandments of content governance policies that, when followed, can bring considerable earthly benefit.
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About the author: Steve Weissman

Steve Weissman is Principal Consultant at Holly Group and Co-Founder of Information Coalition. A trusted advisor for more than 20 years, he is a recognized expert in information governance and process innovation – or as he defines it, in the “’care and feeding’ of critical business information and the technologies used to manage and protect it.” Known as The Info Gov Guy™, Mr. Weissman leverages a proven proprietary methodology to optimize everything from your strategic planning and needs assessment to your vendor selection and user adoption. He is a member of the AIIM Company of Fellows and holder of numerous industry designations, and can be reached at steve@hollygroup.com or 617-383-4655.

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