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Track keynote presentation at #otew2013, Open Text Enterprise World. Why our approach to information governance needs to change -- and focus on the BUSINESS.

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  • The Three Faces of Governance John Mancini President, AIIM
  • Information The World’s new currency The guide for Information professionals through the disruption Massive Disrupters - Consumerization - Mobile and Cloud - Changing Nature of Work Managing the opportunities and risks of information and content explosion is this decade’s key business challenge
  • 1. Context
  • A Migration is in Motion… Is/Current Will Be/Future IT focused on cost reduction. IT focused on value creation. Senior Execs tech oblivious. Senior Execs tech aware. Complexity guarantees security. Simplicity guarantees security. Mobile & social differentiators. Mobile & social are features. Systems bought with CAPEX. Systems bought with OPEX. Pure tech skills = value. Tech skills in context = value.
  • 1.  Context 2.  Reality
  • Progress toward the “Paperless Office” is slow. For 42% of organizations, the volume of paper records is still increasing. Source: AIIM Industry Watch
  • Senior management is hiding from the risks. 31% of respondents report that poor electronic records-keeping is causing problems with regulators and auditors. 14% are incurring fines or bad publicity. Source: AIIM Industry Watch
  • Something has to be done about content accumulation. For 29% the response to the information deluge is “buy more discs.” Source: AIIM Industry Watch
  • The content may be electronic but the e-discovery mechanisms are still manual. 53% are still reliant on manual processes for ediscovery searches across file shares, email and physical records. Source: AIIM Industry Watch
  • IT is losing its ability to transform business. For a third of organizations, 90% of IT spend adds no new value. Source: AIIM Industry Watch
  • “Almost half of CEOs feel IT should be a commodity service purchased as needed.” “Only a quarter of executives feel their CIO is performing above his or her peers.” “Almost half of CEOs rate their CIOs negatively in terms of understanding the business and understanding how to apply IT in new ways to the business.” “57% of the executives expect their IT function to change significantly over the next three years, and 12% predict a complete overhaul of IT.” Survey by HBR, Economist, CEB, Intel, TNS Global
  • 1.  Context 2.  Reality 3.  Opportunity
  • It’s good for you. It’s the right thing to do. It will keep you out of jail. You should do it.
  • Redefining Governance -- RISK
  • Redefining Governance -- COST
  • Redefining Governance -- VALUE
  • Thank you! @jmancini77 johnmancini@AIIM.org DigitalLandfill.org AIIMConference.com John Mancini President, AIIM