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The information management risk construct: identifying the potential impact of information quality on corporate risk
by Troy Pullen, Heather Maguire
International Journal of Information Quality (IJIQ), Vol. 1, No. 4, 2007

 

Abstract: Many organisations face problems in managing records. Increasingly, technology is causing responsibility for records/information management decisions to pass to the end user. At the same time organisations face a plethora of legislation and regulation relating to organisational records. This paper proposes that the management of organisational records, irrespective of format needs to be considered a component of information quality. The relationship between information management, information risk, information quality and corporate risk is explored and an Information Risk Construct proposed as a means for organisations to assess their information management functionality, to improve weak areas, and to improve overall information quality.

Online publication date: Thu, 17-Jan-2008

 

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