Consultancy

IM Policy Review

Our clients

  • Association of Information and Image Management (USA)
  • Bank Indonesia
  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • British Council (global)
  • CapitaLand
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
  • Competition Commission of Singapore
  • Defence Science & Technology Agency
  • Department of Transport (Abu Dhabi)
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation (Italy)
  • Health Promotion Board
  • Housing & Development Board
  • Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore
  • Institute of Technical Education
  • IE Singapore
  • International Fund for Agricultural Development (Italy)
  • Islamic Development Bank (Saudi Arabia)
  • Jardine Group (Hong Kong)
  • Keppel Land
  • Maxis (Malaysia)
  • Ministry of Law
  • Ministry of Manpower
  • Ministry of Trade and Industry
  • National Library Board
  • National Science Foundation (USA)
  • PETRONAS
  • Public Service Division
  • Singapore Army
  • Singapore Customs
  • Singapore Sports Council
  • SUT Sakra Pte Ltd
  • Workforce Development Agency
  • Yokogawa Engineering Asia Pte Ltd

An Information Management policy ensures a common and consistent approach to how information assets are treated by staff. It communicates the principle that information and records created in the course of work are the property of the employing organisations and must be prepared and managed as such – they are not private property. An IM policy review may be conducted alongside an Information or Knowledge Audit exercise.

When we work with an organisation on their IM policy, we operate at a number of levels: