Information governance (IG) overwhelms companies, creating compliance risks, increased discovery costs, privacy threats, and lower employee productivity. Siloed approaches to information governance fall short. This program explores building the case for a cross-functional approach to information governance. After this session, attendees will be able to list IG compliance risks and related in-house counsel’s ethical responsibilities; identify messaging strategies to get C-suite support for IG; list the ideal composition of an IG committee; obtain a seven-step project plan for launching an IG program; and quantify the benefits of an IG program. Attendees will also receive a business case outline to present to the C-suite, sample committee charter, and checklist of do’s and don’ts in building your case.
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