IRMS011 – Cassie Findlay on the redrafting of ISO 15489

It is over a decade since the international records management standard ISO 15489 was published, and in that time there has been massive changes in technology and in the way organisations operate. An  ISO working group is currently  redrafting the standard, and they will be meeting next in Washington in May 2014.    Cassie Findlay is project lead for the working group, and in this podcast she gives her perspective on the standard, and on the redrafting process.  She discusses:

  • why the redraft of ISO15489 is likely to be a major change rather than an incremental change
  • the implications of taking a risk based approach to records management
  • the differences between a functional analysis approach and a process approach to records management
  • issues around the management of e-mail

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One thought on “IRMS011 – Cassie Findlay on the redrafting of ISO 15489

  1. Pingback: Major Refit or Minor Upgrade? Making ISO 15489 a Standard Fit for Next Generation Records Management | Next Generation Records Management

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