EDRMS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT STRATEGY PDF

This enhanced overview of EDRMS support strategies suggests that the increasing shift in recordkeeping responsibilities to users requires greater consideration of the core activities that should be supported by RM professionals. The paper seeks to examine the concept of records management RM service delivery using this model. They show how ideas related to services can be incorporated into the existing RM domain and can enrich current approaches within this field. The changing context from records management suggests a need to shift the RM orientation from a systems domain approach to a Service Work System model. A reorientation of records management emphasises stronger consideration of user needs and stakeholder expectations.

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This enhanced overview of EDRMS support strategies suggests that the increasing shift in recordkeeping responsibilities to users requires greater consideration of the core activities that should be supported by RM professionals. The paper seeks to examine the concept of records management RM service delivery using this model.

They show how ideas related to services can be incorporated into the existing RM domain and can enrich current approaches within this field. The changing context from records management suggests a need to shift the RM orientation from a systems domain approach to a Service Work System model. A reorientation of records management emphasises stronger consideration of user needs and stakeholder expectations. Records management theory and practice would benefit from a shift in orientation from a systems driven Work Systems Model to a Service Work Systems Model.

The shift to a Service Work Systems Model will necessitate a stronger consideration of user needs and stakeholder expectations and increased focus and approach to learning and education of records management professionals and users.

The concept of Service Work Systems to the development of electronic document and records management systems is introduced. The paper introduces the concept of Service Work Systems to the development of electronic document and records management systems for RIM professionals.

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Findings — The changing context from records management suggests a need to shift the RM orientation from a systems domain approach to a Service Work System model. Practical implications — Records management theory and practice would benefit from a shift in orientation from a systems driven Work Systems Model to a Service Work Systems Model.

Social implications — The concept of Service Work Systems to the development of electronic document and records management systems is introduced.

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Records Management and EDRMS: What you should know as a CEO

Keep in mind that an EDMS is a tool, not a panacea. It won't address inefficient or broken processes, dysfunctional organizations or communications issues. It's best to address those issues before implementing an EDMS. Then, concentrate on modeling core processes in a straightforward and streamlined manner in your EDMS. Following these five steps will help an organization achieve the discipline necessary for success with an EDMS in place. Clark has an extensive background in document management and electronic submissions for the global life sciences industry and has written extensively about industry challenges in blog postings, journal articles and white papers.

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Designing an effective EDRMS based on Alter's Service Work System model

That is, the records and information management RIM unit manager will convince the CEO either that an EDRMS is necessary to comply with a state or national regulation, or necessary to deal with a government agency or progressive commercial organisation. Rarely is it because the CEO believes, or has been convinced, that the implementation will result in a more productive organisation with lower risks. This may be because the RIM manager was not able to speak the language of the CEO, or because the CEO had no interest in the discussion in the first instance, because they were unconsciously incompetent in the context of records management and EDRMS basics. Whilst not pretending to be a comprehensive treatise of records management and EDRMS imperatives, what follows are my observations of what a CEO should know about the topic before deciding what level of support they should give to, and what level of personal interest they should have, in an EDRMS initiative.

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Document management system

A document management system DMS is a system used to receive, track, manage and store documents and reduce paper. Most are capable of keeping a record of the various versions created and modified by different users history tracking. In the case of the management of digital documents such systems are based on computer programs. The term has some overlap with the concepts of content management systems. It is often viewed as a component of enterprise content management ECM systems and related to digital asset management , document imaging , workflow systems and records management systems.

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