Records Management Journal: Volume 22 Issue 3


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The paradox of our age

Julie McLeod

This editorial briefly aims to consider the implications of the words of the poem The Paradox of our Age attributed to HH The 14th Dalai Lama and a former pastor in the


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

Peter Goldschmidt, Pauline Joseph, Shelda Debowski

The purpose of the paper is to develop a framework for electronic document and records management systems (EDRMS) as a Service Work System. This enhanced overview of EDRMS


Information and records management: A precondition for a well functioning quality management system

Johanna Gunnlaugsdottir

The purpose of this paper is to present findings of a survey conducted during 2010 in the Icelandic organizations that held certification according to the ISO 9001:2008


On being part of the solution, not the problem: Taking a proportionate approach to managing records

Julie McLeod

This article seeks to provide a perspective on a future pathway for records management that is based on taking a proportionate approach rather than striving for


The challenge of managing electronic records in developing countries: Implications for records managers in sub Saharan Africa

Brendan E. Asogwa

Electronic records management is new to most records officers and archivists in contemporary sub Saharan Africa. It transformed the traditional mode of recordkeeping and


A requirements engineering analysis of MoReq

Ricardo Vieira, David Ferreira, José Borbinha, Guilherme Gaspar

This paper aims to provide an analysis of the MoRe2010 specification while identifying the best practices and techniques of requirements engineering's (RE) body of

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