A strategic methodology to handling information and records decreases business risk, increases liability and advances operative effectiveness. This means the following:
- concentrating on an effective information governance structure,
- following standards and legislature,
- assigning roles and duties,
- connecting business units to records.
Generally, information governance consists of applying policies, procedures, processes and controls, and assigning roles and tasks to guarantee business information is managed as a valued company asset. The above mentioned, can measure the significance of information and records in the organization.
About the author:
Ertan Čako, Records and Information management practitioner, EDRMS trainer, cert. Project manager and cert. Trainer generalist, with extensive progressively responsible professional experience on international and national level in developing and implementing strategies to attain operational efficiency and compliance to relevant legislation, policies and strategies, using technological advances to a maximum advantage. The professional experience has been gained while working for: International Criminal Court (ICC), United Nations Special Tribunal STL, Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and Industry (OPCW), International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY), United Nations DPKO and private sector. www.linkedin.com/in/ertancako / email@example.com / www.rimconsulting.nl