Russell Stalters

Russell Stalters, founder of Clear Path Solutions Inc. and author of gettinginformationdone.com, is a recognized information and data management expert. Over the years, he has established a reputation as a subject matter expert for information and data management, SharePoint and Office 365-based solutions. Most recently, as director of information and data management and chief architect for BP’s Gulf Coast Restoration Organization, he created the strategy and applications to manage over a petabyte of information.
Culture of IM Excellence - DOCUMENT Strategy
March 7 2017
Last year, I wrote an article titled, “What Does Culture Have to Do with Information Management?" which made the case for addressing culture as a part of any successful information management implementation...
funding
Nov. 17 2016
One of the big challenges for information governance professionals is getting buy-in from business stakeholders and sponsors for funding projects. Often, there is a perceived poor return on investment...
auditor
Aug. 26 2016
There are elements of the organization’s information governance program that auditors should pay attention to when testing the efficacy of the program, the information management solution, and the...
bigdatapanel
June 30 2016
I had the honor of participating in a panel discussion about big data at the DOCUMENT Strategy Forum (DSF '16). The panel was moderated by Lane Severson from
fresh eyes
May 31 2016
I have been involved with the document, records, data, and workflow management industry for over 20 years, but this was my first DOCUMENT Strategy Forum conference. This conference was different. There...
culture-im
April 13 2016
When we think of rolling out information management solutions, what is the single biggest risk factor for success of the project? The answer is the adoption of the new solution by the people. Why is this?...
ThinkstockPhotos-482461333
Feb. 23 2016
It’s been six years since I attended the annual Legaltech event in New York. The last time I was there in February 2010, I had the honor of presenting the Day 1 Keynote, “Don’t Build...

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