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Guerrilla Tactics - IG Whether or not they want it

On September 18 the Information Governance Initiative hosted a twitter chat to discuss their 1st annual report. At some point in the chat I referred to myself as using Guerilla tactics to apply Information Governance practices in client projects. 960 more words

Information Management

The IGI 2014 Annual Report - Round Up of Media Coverage

On August 11, 2014, the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) released its Annual Report 2014: Information Governance Goes to Work, a comprehensive analysis of the information governance (IG) industry. 1,424 more words

Information Governance

The rule of 150 applied to data

Anthropologist Robin Dunbar has used his research in primates over recent decades to argue that there is a cognitive limit to the number of social relationships that an individual can maintain and hence a natural limit to the breadth of their social group.  757 more words

Information Management

The Importance of Information Governance

Author: Leigh Hopwood

For some, information governance is a necessary but boring part of the Information Management and Content Management strategy.  For others, it’s the piece of the puzzle that creates the framework and culture to a strong and effective way to managing your corporate information. 269 more words

Managing Digital Content

Five ways to accelerate your RIM program

Information Governance (IG) framework is built to meet the needs of a variety of stakeholders within in an organization; however, it’s often records and information managers that stand to benefit most. 734 more words

Information Governance

Addressing Complex Records Retention Questions

Records and Information Managers are tasked with providing guidance and solutions for a number of records retention issues throughout their careers involving a varying degree of complexity and which often have no hard and fast rule. 681 more words

Why Should We Get Out of Email?

Last week I had the privilege of having dinner with a brilliant gentleman from my college days, Alex. Some may know of Alex as he the person who is responsible for my moniker, “Pie.” We had a great conversation that was mostly devoid of ‘remember when’ threads. 708 more words