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Thanks to everyone for their expertise and advice.  Of course whatever I write will be my own, not copied word for word from another organization but I'm trying to approach this the same way I did when I drafted the records management policy which was to look at what others had to get an idea of what should be included and then made my own policy.  I'm hoping to do the same with the implementation plan.  

When I sat down to write something this morning I just stared at my computer screen and froze like a deer in the headlights trying to figure out where to start.  At least now I have something to look at to give me a starting point.

All of the examples and advice is greatly appreciated!

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Christina J. Zamon
Head of Archives & Special Collections
Emerson College
(617) 824-8679
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-----Original Message-----
From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Peter Kurilecz
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2011 11:30 AM
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Subject: Re: Records Management Implementation Plan

On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Creamer, William <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> No. Your assumption is wrong, or at least should be, if you ever hope to
> actually have a working program, as opposed to a nice idea on paper.
> Your first step should be to write out the implementation plan as you
> were requested to do.  That should include a full blown Plan that would
> bore any human not in records management to death, and a one page
> "executive summary" with all the stuff you will be asking others to do
> (which is why the Boss wants to see a plan first, he/she wants to know
> what is going to be expected of others). You have to do this yourself as
> an original work, because no one is going to have an implementation plan
> that is going to look like yours.
>

I agree with William that is must be your work. However, that being said it
doesn't hurt to examine what others have done before  you from a high level
ie what steps does one need to take to implement the policy. The devil is
always in the details. That said here is a google search that will point you
to a variety of implementation plans for records management. "implementation
plan"+"records management"

http://bit.ly/eq4VBt


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