The first part of this series introduced the topic of information governance (IG) and underscored the importance of viewing information as a valuable corporate asset that must be tracked, managed and disposed of at the end of its useful life. In order to institute that oversight, using a structured methodology such as Sherpa’s Corporate Information Governance Program (CIGP), was suggested. The CIGP outlines four phases that can be used to plan and execute your governance program.
In this white paper series, we describe a proven process for undertaking an information governance project: we call that process the Corporate Information Governance Program (CIGP).
The complimentary document below is the second of a four-part series that will be delving into each of the distinct phases of the CIGP framework; 1) Understand & Assess, 2) Plan & Document, 3) Implement and 4) Manage. This paper gets started by examining the steps that comprise the Plan & Document phase.
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