Taxonomy Development for Information Governance

“For some folk, taxonomies are just a bunch of words. Good quality taxonomies, however, provide the logic, the rules and the standards needed to manage your information assets. They enable users to analyse, navigate, find, organise, arrange, manage and dispose of...

BRICKS Systems Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound foundations. B.R.I.C.K.S. stands for Better...

BRICKS Strategy Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound foundations. B.R.I.C.K.S. stands for Better...

BRICKS Development Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound foundations. B.R.I.C.K.S. stands for Better...

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