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National Coffee Day

The Productivity Playbook

International Coffee Day

Did you know that the average American spends almost $1100 on coffee each year, according to Time Magazine? Or that scientists are turning towards coffee grounds as a new source for clean […]

How to stay ahead of the industry changes

Information Governance: A Moving Target

How to stay ahead of the industry changes

Information governance seems to be shrouded in a veil of complexity. There are hundreds of solutions, thousands of strategies, and millions of configurations – each with a unique description and language. You […]

It's that simple

It’s that simple: Unpacking the DOJ’s FOIA Conundrum

Maybe I’m being a typical PoliSci major, but I’m continually annoyed at folks’ inability to acknowledge that most discussions require us to arrive at a compromised conclusion—which is magnified in discussions about […]

Go slow and deliberately in order to go fast

Building an Information Governance Program

Go slow and deliberately in order to go fast

Information Governance has slowly but surely demonstrated its importance to organizations. The initial impetus varies, but the end goal is generally accepted among professionals: They want to control data by (1) knowing […]

It all starts by practicing the fundamentals

Slam Dunk Information Governance

It all starts by practicing the fundamentals

In basketball, as in information governance, it’s not the trick shots that win the game. It’s the dedication to fundamentals and game strategy.

Sport and business have more in common than it may appear

Data Management: Learning from the World of Sport

Strategy, Objectives, and Buy-In for Information Governance

For three days in September, the entire world of rugby worshipped and loved Japan. By defeating a perennial powerhouse of the game in what was probably the biggest upset ever in the sport, and doing it in an entertaining and brave manner, they shook the (rugby) world.