I was one of four experts interviewed by RecordLion for a virtual roundtable of Information Governance experts.
Here's a sample:
Question: "How do you define information governance?"
My answer: First, it is important to start with Information Strategy followed by Information Architecture. Strategy asks “What are we trying to accomplish, and what are the critical success factors?” Architecture asks “How do we organize and structure things so that the right information gets to the right people and processes as the right times?” Information Governance asks “How do we get people to use information and systems in the ways we intend?” It defines the rules and roles that support the Strategy and Architecture. The goal is to get information and systems used in ways that support the organization’s mission while mitigating risks. This view of Information Governance is very true to its roots in the quality management movement and ISO 9001.
Read the full roundtable post.