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Introduction to the World of International Standards . Memoirs of an Insomniac. Outline. Some definitions Background to the standard Problems How it developed Timetable Why are standards important Future developments. Definitions. TC 46 IDT 2/17 Committee Draft

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Outline

  • Some definitions

  • Background to the standard

  • Problems

  • How it developed

  • Timetable

  • Why are standards important

  • Future developments


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Definitions

  • TC 46

  • IDT 2/17

  • Committee Draft

  • Draft International Standard

  • Technical Report

  • NMB

  • ISO

  • BSI


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ISO

  • International Organisation for Standardization

  • Established 1947

  • Why isn't it called IOS


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ISO

  • Mission

    • to promote the development of standardization and related activities in the world with a view to facilitating the international exchange of goods and services, and to developing co-operation in the spheres of intellectual, scientific, technological and economic activity


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Membership

  • Member Bodies

  • Corresponding members

  • Subscriber member


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Work

  • Technical Committees

  • Sub-Committees

  • Working Groups

  • Totalling 2850

  • Participation by 30,000 experts p.a.


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Standards

  • ISO 9000

  • ISO 14000

  • ISO 216

  • ISO 15489


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BSI

  • Established 1901

  • 1929 Royal Charter

  • 1974 Safety Mark established

  • 1979 BS 5750

  • Publishes 1700 standards p.a.

  • 19000 live standards and products

  • IDT 2/17


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Standard Development

  • Proposal

  • Preparatory

  • Committee

  • Enquiry

  • Approval

  • Publication


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Background to ISO 15489

  • Professional Societies

  • AS 4390

  • Denver conference

  • DIS vote

  • BSI meeting


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Scope

  • Management of records within organisations (not archives)

  • Media irrelevant

  • Best practice



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NMB

  • Australia

  • Canada

  • Denmark

  • France

  • Germany

  • Sweden

  • UK

  • USA


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Problems

  • Terminology

  • Fundamental issues

  • Cultural traditions


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Meetings: TC46 SC11

  • Athens May 1998

  • Washington Nov 1999

  • Paris May 1999

  • Melbourne Nov 1999

  • Berlin May 2000

  • Stockholm Nov 2000





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Melbourne Nov 1999

  • Committee Draft



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Stockholm

  • Technical report


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Timetable

  • Nov 1999 committee draft

  • Nov 2000 DIS

  • Standard 2001

  • Technical report 2001


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Why are standard so important?

  • World wide progress in trade liberalisation

  • Interpenetration of sectors

  • World wide communication systems

  • global standards for emerging technologies

  • developing countries


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Why Standards

Measurement

performance

quality

deliverables

Compatibility

common vocabulary

common goals

integrity

Quality

guarantee

Indicator

necessity

Perception

demanded


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Why Records Management Standard

  • Why Not!

  • Framework

    • we can develop programmes

    • we can integrate into other frameworks

    • give us a model to use and improve


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Intended Audience

  • Records Managers

  • Organisations

  • Chief Executives

  • Anybody with responsibilities for records


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Professional Foundation

Records Management Profession

Professional

Society

Knowledge

Qualifications

Standards


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Future Developments

  • Who will use it ?

  • Why will they use it ?

  • How large is the potential audience ?


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Future Developments

  • Guides

  • Workbook

  • Workshops

  • Performance models


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Future Developments

Business Excellence Framework

ISO 9000

TQM

KM

Records Management Standard



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Conclusion

  • ISO 15489 will be the most important records management document ever published

  • Not because of its content but because it is a recognition that there is a best practice in our profession


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Conclusion

  • Buy it !

  • Read it !

  • Terrorise your managers with it!

  • But don’t miss out on the best marketing opportunity you will ever have!


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