Discussion1 – Information Governance Metrics

Word count: 300+ words

In order to have a successful IG program, one of the eight (8) Information Risk Planning and Management steps is to develop metrics and measure results. From your required readings, discuss the value that metrics bring to the organization, and identify critical measures of success that should be tracked.

* Share an applicable personal experience


* Provide an outside source that applies to the topic, along with additional information about the topic or the source (please cite properly in APA)


*  At least one scholarly source should be used in the discussion. Be sure to use information from your readings. Use proper citations and references in your post


Discussion 2: Information Governance and Information Technology Functions

Word count: 300+ words

In chapter seven (7), we have learned from “The Path to Information Value” that 70% (seventy percent) of managers and executives say data are “extremely important” for creating competitive advantage.

In addition, it is implied by the authors that, “The key, of course, is knowing which data matter, who within a company needs them, and finding ways to get that data into users’ hands.”

Based on the company you have identified for your Final Paper, discuss 1) the data that matters to the executives in that industry, 2) who, within that industry, needs that data, and 3) some methods for ensuring that the critical data gets into the users’ hands.  Remember to respond to two other learners’ posts, letting them know if they missed any data or details in their industry.

* Share an applicable personal experience


* Provide an outside source that applies to the topic, along with additional information about the topic or the source (please cite properly in APA)


*  At least one scholarly source should be used in the discussion. Be sure to use information from your readings. Use proper citations and references in your post
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Textbook: 

For this assignment, please read chapters 6,7,10, and Appendix B from the below textbook.

Chapter 6: Information Governance Policy Development

Chapter 7 – IG for Business Units

Chapter 10 – Information Governance and Information Technology Functions

Appendix B: Laws and Major Regulations Related to Records Management

Title: Information Governance, ISBN: 9781118421017 Authors: Robert F. Smallwood Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Publication Date: 2014-03-28

Note: plagiarism check required, APA7 format, include References, within 8hrs

Please provide discussions in separate documents.

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