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Tuesday, June 16 • 9:45am - 10:45am
MASTER CLASS: Demystifying the Information Audit: From Knowledge Management (KM) to Enterprise Information Management (EIM)

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From knowledge management (KM) to enterprise information management (EIM), the information audit is a tool to be used to address operational and strategic challenges regarding information and knowledge within an organization. An information audit reveals the current information and/or knowledge environment by: Identifying information/knowledge generation, access, transfer, utilization and storage; Discovering personal information management practices that impede effective KM/EIM; Establishing information / knowledge priorities within contexts such as risk management and legal compliance; and Assessing information / knowledge transfer processes.

This session will include a description of the information process and its relationship to the knowledge audit and to enterprise information management. It will include discussion of requisite skills, potential outcomes and a variety of case studies.

Program Takeaways

  1. Participants will gain an awareness of the current evolution of the information audit;

  2. Participants will recognize information audit as an enterprise information management (EIM) tool; 

  3. Participants will understand the alignment between the evolution of the information audit process and the information management profession.

Session Presentation


Sheila Rosenthal

Manager of Library Services, Carnegie Mellon University


Susan Henczel

Director, INFASE Training (Australia) Pty Ltd

Graham Robertson

Principal Associate, Bracken Associates

Tuesday June 16, 2015 9:45am - 10:45am EDT
Convention Center, Ballroom East

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