AC+erm - Accelerating positive change in ERM
AC+erm – 'Accelerating positive change in electronic records management' – was a project aiming to investigate and critically explore issues and practical strategies to support accelerating the pace of positive change in managing electronic records.
Its focus was on designing an organisation-centred architecture from three perspectives:
(i) people, including vision, awareness, culture, drivers and barriers;
(ii) working practices including processes, procedures, policies and standards; and
(iii) technology in terms of the design principles for delivering effective recordkeeping.
The final project report is available through the link below, and links to extensive documentation of the Project's activities and outputs can be found under the 'Project Approach' and 'Outputs and Findings' sections of this website.
Funded By: Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) (Grant No. AH/D001935/1)
Project Dates: January 2007 to March 2010
Project staff:Professor Julie McLeod, Sue Childs, Rachel Hardiman
Note: AC+erm is pronounced āsirm; the + is silent, indicating only that change is positive