Information Governance organizational structures
A thorough and considered approach to organizational structures is a necessary part of establishing foundation governance principles. Typically, existing organizational structures and roles will not be adequate and must be expanded to include the necessary responsibilities and ownership to support effective governance practices.
Organizational structures include those who define and own the information governance (IG) requirements, those who interpret and manage the processes for the implementation ...

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