Information is a critical asset for every business, but for law firms it’s even more serious because information is one of the few real assets you have. As such, firms are waking up to the need for robust, firm-wide frameworks for managing data and assets. As to how that’s done, in truth many firms can struggle with the practicalities of embedding the information governance they need.
Watch our ILTA Masterclass where Chris Hockey outlines the approach he’s taken as an information governance director at a mid-sized firm based in upstate New York, while Chris Giles of Legal RM will supply a sector-wide perspective.
They explore the critical role of community in developing an effective information governance program and discuss best practices for fostering cross-functional collaboration and communication, such as creating a shared understanding of information governance goals and priorities, establishing clear roles and responsibilities, and leveraging technology solutions to streamline processes and promote transparency.