RIM planning and design

The Top 10 Records Management Blog Posts – Part 1

It was a nice surprise to discover that we recently published our 200th records management blog post. We’d like to thank you, our valued readers, for encouraging us to keep going! In honor of the milestone, we will be looking back at the Top 10 most popular records management blog posts over the past few years.Read More

With a little help from our friends… the top RM blogs.

One of the benefits of being at TAB is that we get to spend time with so many great records managers across the continent. This gives us the unique opportunity to learn about the challenges records managers are facing and to understand how they are solving their problems. One of the biggest things we have […]Read More

How to obtain buy-in for your records management program – Part 2

In last week’s blog post we looked at best practices and tips to help you obtain corporate buy-in for your records management program. The first batch of tips focused on obtaining senior management support. This includes demonstrating how your RM program improves the bottom line, and also how it supports larger corporate initiatives such as […]Read More

How to obtain buy-in for your records management program – Part 1

Securing buy-in for an RM program isn’t always easy. Many of us have gone forth with high hopes for a new RM program, only to be met with apathy (or outright resistance) when trying to win support for the initiative. Whether you are struggling to win senior management approval or the participation of front-line staff, […]Read More

10 Elements of a Successful RM Training Program – Part 2

In last week’s blog post we started to explore best practices for records management training programs. We talked about the importance of obtaining endorsement from senior management and about understanding the context in which your RM program operates. It is also important to identify your training objectives at the outset and to tailor the content […]Read More