Any large information governance initiative requires planning. Prerequisite tasks and resource commitments must be in place prior to the execution of such an initiative. Some aspects of the initiative will have priority due to compliance issues or other influences. In order to organize and direct the necessary resources, and to effectively manage them, strategic planning is a critical first step in the process. Montaña & Associates can assist your organization in developing a strategic plan that will identify desired end states, determine critical paths necessary to achieve those end states and identify the resources to achieve those goals every step along the way.
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