Information Governance: Risk & Value

In Information Governance there is inherently a balance of risk versus value related to information. As what Robert Smallwood has called a “super-discipline1” and Dean Gonsowski has called an “umbrella concept2”, Information Governance spans many disciplines and provides guidance and strategy for all organizational information.

What Information Governance must do is inform disciplines in two arenas of information: disciplines that protect the organization from the potential damage that information can wreak, and disciplines that enhance the organization by extracting value from information.

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The Stakeholders & Structure of Your Information Governance Team

The stakeholders to Information Governance must be defined in terms of their role in the organization, not specific individuals. Individuals may come and go within an organization, but the body of knowledge represented by their role must remain the same. Those stakeholders help maintain and sustain the Information Governance program.

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