Extract from Nick Inglis’s article “Is It Possible to Teach and Train Your Way to IG Success?”
There have been two camps of thought around how to approach Information Governance within an organization.
One view is that Information Governance should be visible and promoted across an organization to build consensus. The other view is that Information Governance should be a behind-the-scenes practice, with few even aware of the program.
In this blog post I’ll address the differences between the two competing approaches to understand which method is best (or, accurately, which method is best for your organization).
Information Governance, Promoted
The more common approach in early Information Governance programs was the promoted IG program.