Functional classification is one of the essential building blocks of an effective records management program.
But what exactly is functional classification and how do you make it work for your organization?
This guide provides the answers. You will learn how to:
- Classify your records the right way
- Determine which records need to be retained and which do not
- Apply the functional classification to your collection
- Use retention schedules alongside your functional classification
Many organizations are seeing growth in both electronic and physical records, creating a “two-headed beast” known as the hybrid records environment.
If you are struggling to manage paper and electronic records together, this white paper is a great place to start. It offers several tried-and-true techniques for seamlessly managing electronic and physical records in the same environment.
If your organization has been affected by an economic downturn, you could be facing budget constraints, increased regulations and potential merger or acquisition activity. This resource outlines some of the many ways that records management programs can support the organization during tough times.
- Reducing your costs
- Meeting accountability and compliance requirements
- Maintaining business continuity and managing risk.