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From the MER Conference 2012
Speaker: Karen Strong
For many years "RIM" has been the name of the function within organizations responsible for Records & Information Management. RIM represents the discipline of managing an organization's records and information according to standards, guidelines, laws, and regulations with a focus on compliance.
It is time, however, to re-think some of the traditional assumptions about Records & Information Management. This session details the transformational value in a change to "Responsible Information Management (RIM)".
Responsible Information Management re-sets the vision and direction of RIM and can put your organization on a path to adopt and sustain "best practice" information management behaviors.
Responsible Information Management takes into consideration the roles and responsibilities of every user who creates and receives information in their daily work activities with clear expectations regarding individual and organizational accountability.
In this session, learn:
The necessary changes in behavior at the individual and organizational level to achieve Responsible Information Management, and
The steps you can take to achieve the required business results of Responsible Information Management by leveraging best practices in organizational transformation and change management.