Man Bites Dog

A major challenge is getting Management to buy into Information Governance, especially other than from a legal compliance standpoint.  Harder still is getting the Board to buy into it.  But if the Board buys in, can Management be/stay too far behind?

“GM Board Probing Information Gap,” Wall Street Journal, May 15, 2014 B1 http://on.wsj.com/1gFyVbx

GM Board hires its own lawyer/law firm to investigate why the Board hadn’t heard about the ignition switch problem earlier.  Was the problem structural, or did Management not know that this was the type of information policy required Management to report to the Board?

How important is complying with internal company reporting requirements to your career?  Gives a different meaning to the word “cut-out.”  I guess no one thought there’d be litigation.  So no work product protection.

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