Tag Archives: Process

An insight into what could emerge from even a ‘spillover’ event ran loosely based on the Open Space Technology (OST).

The ‘spillover’ event is the BCS BarCamp5 Spillover held on Saturday 28th September at the BCS Office in London. I was notified of the BarCamp event just two days before the planned event. Before the actual day, it seems to be a momentous event for the BCS as reported in the BCS blog. Having attended [...]

Changing British Standards & other initiatives

The existing British Standard Institute, BIP 0008 code of practice for “legal admissibility and evidential weight of information stored electronically” is due to be redesigned in September 2008. The new standard, BS 10008 entitled “Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information” is currently on the BSI website for comment. According to the draft, the [...]

Ediscovery Capability Maturity Model for Organisation?

There is an assumption in current ediscovery/disclosure processing models and solutions (offered by vendors/providers) that ‘Form follows Function’. If you’re tired of reading articles, here’s a webcast on ‘The e-discovery tool landscape’ . If you’re too busy to listen to the webcast, here’s a summary from the bitpipe.com site: Summary: Due to the broad nature [...]

Process & Data & People

Today, I went to hear what Ms Jennifer Stapleton (DSDM Consultant) has to say about ‘Agile Programme Management’ . Nothing revolutionary in terms of process or approach. Agile is viewed as systemic and dependent on culture. Personally, I rather prefer to view Agile holistically and not to complicate business agility with a whole hosts of [...]

Improving Procedures for Discovery and Documentary Evidence

improving-procedures-for-discovery.htm, Andrew Rogers, Source: BOOK: ICCA Congress series no. 7 (1996), pp. 131 – 144

Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project

The EDRM Project was conceived well before the ediscovery/edisclosure rules. According to the information on the EDRM site ..Launched in May 2005, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project was created to address the lack of standards and guidelines in the electronic discovery market – a problem identified in the 2003 and 2004 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic [...]