Records Management Quarterly

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 2, April

1992 (Dec. 31, 1992, Date of Implementation of European Common Market) (Column)
"1992" For some time now, people in Europe have been talking about "1992" and what it will bring. What it will bring is a major change in business and governmental functions, which will lead to changes in cultures and daily life. "1992" has...
Bar Coded Inventory Provides Cost Effective Way to Track Records
Bar Coded Inventory Provides Cost Effective Way to Track Records Using personal computers, bar code readers and data base software, 15,000 technical and administrative records were entered into a Bar Coded Records Inventory (BARRI). At a cost...
Client/consultant Relations
Client/Consultant Relations The relationship between client and consultant is something that can seriously influence the success or failure of a project. This article reviews that relationship through the eyes of both a client and a consultant. We...
Legal Requirements and Legal Considerations -- the Basis for the Legal Records Retention Period
Legal Requirements and Legal Considerations--The Basis for the Legal Records Retention Period NOTICE: This article contains information related to some sensitive and important legal issues. No section of this article should be construed as providing...
The Spy Who Loves You
The Spy Who Loves You This article provides information on industrial espionage, and includes recommendations for protecting corporate information against it. Also covered are subjects such as trade secrets, patenting, and vital records protection....
Toward a Code of Ethics: Social Relevance and the Professionalization of Records Management
INFORMATION PROFESSIONS Toward a Code of Ethics: Social Relevance and the Professionalization of Records Management Being a "professional" means more than merely being an expert in one's chosen field. No occupation--including information...
Trouble in the American Workplace: The Team Player Concept Strikes Out!
MANAGEMENT Trouble in the American Workplace: The Team Player Concept Strikes Out! In this controversial article, the author examines the team player concept as implemented in the American workplace. Many of the problems facing today's office...

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