Records Management Journal: Volume 14 Issue 3


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Trumpeting the voluntary in the United Kingdom

Carl Newton

Examines the archives held by the voluntary sector and the role the sector could play in future provision for English archives in general in light of the new fund from the…


Issues and challenges for records management in the charity and voluntary sector

Elizabeth Dawson, Rosie Dodd, Jill Roberts, Catherine Wakeling

This article focuses attention on the charity and voluntary sector in the UK. It provides an overview of the nature of the sector and the position of records management…


Preserving the organisation's life‐blood: organisational change and the role of records management in the charity sector: a case study of The Children's Society

Ian Wakeling

This article provides a case study that examines the relationship between records management and change management. The study focuses on a three‐year phase of intensive…


Managing knowledge in an international organisation: the work of Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO)

Jenny Gilmour, Marie Stancliffe

Purpose. Reflects on the work of Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO) and explains why knowledge is the organisations key asset. Informs the reader of the role of knowledge…


The Elgar Society archives: managing the records of a voluntary society

Richard Hall

This article describes the setting up and implementation of an archive programme in a long‐established UK voluntary society, the Elgar Society, which has an active plan…

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