information economics academy

INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

Description:

Information is crucial to all organizations and has great value. But this information can also pose great risk if not properly managed and governed. As a result, Information Governance Programs have evolved from a “nice to have” to a “must have”. A comprehensive and collaborative Information Governance Program can help your organization optimize information value and limit risk at every stage - from the initial creation of information through their active life and secure destruction.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what information governance is, and how it differs from traditional records and information management, or RIM.
  • Recognize typical information management challenges leading to a need for Information Governance.
  • Identify functions and roles that are typically involved in an information governance program.
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