There is very little doubt that infogov technology can do all sorts of amazing things: it can help us find information that otherwise would be lost to us, it can alert us to process inefficiencies that we otherwise would be unaware of, and it can speed communication between us as never before. The problem, though, […]
Sorry, kids, but there just aren’t any more short-cuts to good information governance than there are in serious mountaineering. The best I can tell you is to leverage the same sort of disciplined project management skills in infogov as you would in any other initiative you engage in.
Even though the physical storms are now largely scary, soggy memories, hurricanes Harvey and Irma will swamp many information professionals for months to come as a torrent of claim forms pours across their desks. Those who deal in paper will find themselves especially hard-pressed to keep up, not only because of the high volume of […]
“It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” Shakespeare penned these words as a metaphor for life (Macbeth, Act V, Scene V), but they relate equally well to information governance in that organizations often spend more time arguing over the particulars than actually doing much about them. This […]