Many Information Governance projects – sometimes even an entire IG ‘Program’ or function – are initiated when senior management realizes that a specific “issue” requires an urgent and vigorous response. How do you overcome the governance delays of “it’s too a big a task and we need multiple stake-holders’ input” while mitigating the execution risk that comes with “we’ve just got to get started on this project”?
About the Author
Matthew Bernstein has worked at the intersection of business and technology for more than twenty years, to transform organizations and to define, develop, and operationalize information management standards and solutions.
MC Bernstein Data helps companies achieve their objectives related to Information Governance, including data privacy and protection; regulatory, litigation, and consumer responsiveness; information security; acquisitions and divestitures compliance; records management; data licensing management; and operational efficiency.Learn More