Documenting, Archiving, and Records Management
The modern business environment has been enriched with vast amounts of data and information that are inputted and outputted on a daily basis. Every operating organization is responsible for properly maintaining records, whether it being to satisfy the internal processes of the organization, or for legal documentation purposes that may be asked in the future. In this course you will learn about the theoretical and practical implications related to documenting, archiving, and records management, and its significant value for the success of an organization.
- Understand the fundamental aspects associated with records and archives
- Comprehend the most renowned practices and strategies of analyzing and classifying records in context
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and theories of related to the documentation processes, and records that an organization must undertake and further assess
- Develop appropriate organizational principles that respond to maintaining and converting records to satisfy organizational needs
About this course
Documentation, archiving, and record management has been one of the fundamental aspects of all organizations. Organizations that have emphasized developing a proper record management process have witnessed positive results, which benefits them in many areas. For an organization to be successful, documentation of their condoned processes, operations, and types of communication and interaction are essential in deeming an organization as a successful one.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and aspects which are associated with documenting, archiving, and records management as an important element of organizational success, that positively influences the performance, but also the effectiveness and efficiency of the overall operations. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of gaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best practices for documenting, archiving, and records management to improve the effectiveness of the organization and positively impacting the performance of the organization.
“Historical gap is created due to missing written records.”Lailah Gifty Akita