Top 15 rules to make Information Governance work

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Getting an Information Governance (IG) program to succeed is challenging. It requires endless balanced negotiations, political skills, a constant trickle of deliverables, outstanding communication, and lots of patience and perseverance.   But apply Capgemini’s 15 key rules of IG success and you stand a good chance of making a real difference in the overall performance […]

Getting an Information Governance (IG) program to succeed is challenging. It requires endless balanced negotiations, political skills, a constant trickle of deliverables, outstanding communication, and lots of patience and perseverance.
 
But apply Capgemini’s 15 key rules of IG success and you stand a good chance of making a real difference in the overall performance of your organization (see diagram “Top 15 rules to ensure Information Governance success”).


 
[this is part 14 in a 14-part blog on Capgemini’s “QuickStart Information Governance” framework]
 
For more information on QuickStart Information Governance, please contact Ralf Teschner.

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