In today’s information world, it is imperative that we stop thinking only in terms of records and begin thinking about all the information your organization creates and receives, in whatever format. And we need to think of it as more than just a liability… but also as an asset that has value. In this course, we will cover what it means to extract value – along with or in addition to managing risk and costs – to gain a return on information.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what Information Economics is and the competitive advantage it can provide you and your organization.
  • Recognize ways organizations can maximize a return on information.
  • Recognize ways to leverage Information Economics knowledge to engage your stakeholders in broader and deeper conversations.
Return on Information


Information Landscape

Review how the information landscape has become more complex in recent years due to ever-expanding information sources.

Information Governance

Understand what information governance is, and how it differs from traditional records and information management (RIM).

RIM Basics

This course is designed for any employee who creates, maintains or uses Records and needs to understand the basics.

Next Gen Information Management Professional

Take a look at the expectations organizations have of their Information Management (IM) professionals today and over the next three to five years.

Change Management

This course explains what change management is, why it is important, and who is involved. It also provides a model and strategies for implementing change.


This course discusses what the GDPR is, explains why it is important and details how it impacts organizations.