Information Governance is a crucial aspect of managing information in organizations, and in this meetup, we'll examine what it is, why organizations are adopting it, some common overarching processes and how it relates to knowledge organisation. We'll also delve into how organizations partition the domain, including whether security, privacy, and quality are included and if there are any regulations that drive this partitioning. Additionally, we'll discuss case studies to understand what good information governance looks like. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from Noeleen Schenk and understand the impact of Information Governance on organizations.
About Noeleen Schenk:
As an information and knowledge management consultant, Noeleen has over 25 years of experience designing and building information governance solutions across various sectors, such as regulatory, public, charity, financial, education, insurance, and logistics. With her extensive hands-on experience, she understands the diverse range of challenges organizations face in managing their information assets.
Noeleen's expertise lies in supporting organizations to effectively manage their information, minimize risks, and derive value from their information assets. She collaborates with teams to solve complex problems in a practical and proportionate manner while ensuring regulatory and legal compliance. Her work often bridges the gap between business and technology.
She has worked with numerous clients on various projects, including solving compliance issues, such as GDPR and privacy, creating information governance strategies, policies, and procedures, simplifying information management processes, and developing information architecture solutions to enhance access to trusted information. Although she is technology agnostic, a portion of her work focuses on Microsoft 365, including SharePoint and Teams.
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