Category:Information and Knowledge Management
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Cultivating capability: The socio-technical challenges of integrating approaches to records and knowledge managementMichael Jones, Richard Vines
This paper aims to advocate that significant human and systems-based capabilities (termed “socio-technical capabilities”) need to be developed in government departments…
Knowledge discovery from within: An examination of records management and electronic records management syllabiDonald C. Force, Jane Zhang
The purpose of this paper is to report the findings of a research project that analyzed records management (RM) and electronic records management (ERM) course syllabi from…
This paper, through examining the judgment on Case C-131/12 and the European Union (EU)’s Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation, aims to demonstrate to the…
This paper aims to investigate how automatic classification can assist employees and records managers with the appraisal of e-mails as records of value for the organization.
This paper aims to report on empirical research that investigated the records management practices of two motor sport community-based organisations in Australia.
Online date, start – end:1989
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Elizabeth Lomas
- Sarah R Demb, MLIS