Seven Deadly Sins of EDRMS Project Management

Insularity Not including business representatives in the make-up of the project team. The team members remain aloof from the business with little understanding of business processes, business records and business drivers. Active business representation in the project team is a must. This may be by way of a specific business specialist steering committee who are educated on the project goals and scope, and EDRMS capability from the project outset. Through facilitated meetings informed members are then able to provide input on adoption enhancements within the constraints of the project. Additionally they can be harnessed as a change management conduit to provide project briefings to their business areas. Or less formal input may suit some organisations better, with review and comment requested from the business at specific stages of the project. If this method is chosen then care has to be taken to ensure that the […]

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