Successfully developing any records
management program requires buyin
from all levels of the organization. Records management professionals who
effectively communicate the basic goals and value proposition of records management to everyone from the senior executive to frontline staff are better able to get what they need, whether it is: In the ideal world, achieving these should be a simple matter of tying records management’s benefits to the broader business objectives of your organization and making this value
proposition clear to affected stakeholders.
But what does this mean in a real world where
records management competes for attention
with a wide range of legal, financial and
operational challenges? The trick is to present records management
as a valuable tool for meeting those same challenges. This article explores how to situate records management in that broader business context, including tips on what issues to talk about, whom to talk to, and how to deliver the message of records management.
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