The University of Washington had one key ingredient when they launched their HR records management group: the support of senior HR leaders who reinforced their efforts to educate and inform. Hear about the evolution of this team who proved to management they could produce useful RIM tools and developed a solid records strategy culture through clear mission, ownership, humor, and follow through. You can apply this team’s flowcharts, checklists, inventories, calls to action, articles, and events to your own organization.
This web seminar coordinates with the following article in the March/April 2013 Information Management magazine: "Mapping the Way Toward Records Compliance."
You will have 12 months of access from the date of your registration.
Upon completion of this web seminar, participants will be able to:
1. Examine a proven method of gaining and maintaining senior management buy-in for your process improvement strategy and focus of efforts
2. List the attributes of a successful, multi-unit team that communicates openly and attracts the broadest audience
3. Identify deficits in organizational processes that lead to inefficiencies and duplicated efforts
4. Explore strategies to develop an annual records management plan that includes tools, processes, and events promoting efficient, compliant practices
5. Define realistic expectations as you implement new processes
The University of Washington’s human resources records management group consists of nine employees from units across HR and is led by the HR business and finance director. The director of records management serves as the team’s adviser. For four years this group has worked together to achieve common goals and provide colleagues the tools and strategies needed to maintain smart records strategies. Together they represent a collective 100+ years in human resources.
Level: 3 Domain: Communications and Marketing
Estimated time of completion: 0.5 hour
ICRM Maintenance Credits: 0.0 credit
IGP Recertification Credits: 1.0 General