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This article reviews the late emergence of records management in France and its recent development through the impact of the e‐environment and international standards and through the dominance of the French public‐sector approach to, and practice of, RM. The French government has launched the...
As China is transforming from a planned economy a market‐oriented economy, private enterprise plays a prominent role in China's economy today. This paper introduces the status of private enterprise and focuses on its records management. By explaining the changes in China's policy towards the...
Finland is a relatively new country, having been founded in 1917, and the majority of its firms are small. In terms of IT infrastructure, however, it is one of the most developed in the world. Within this context the Finnish Business Archives Association, which was founded in 1960, leads the...
Focuses on the records management function in national, multi‐national and service organizations. Describes the problems that can occur when documents are generated and managed in different countries by staff with different cultural assumptions, logistical options, languages and legal...
Since the launch of ISO‐15489 there have been more opportunities available to records managers to help them align themselves to the strategic direction of their organisation, raise their profile and increase awareness of their role. This is particularly true in the private sector, where key...
The archival communitys interest in building records management programs has known a recent development at international level and in various sectors. This is increasingly relevant in the area of corporate records, where the RM principles and methods have been seriously neglected – specifically...
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