NUAS Archives and Record Management Group is pleased to invite you to a webinar on
process mapping in the university sector where two different perspectives are presented.
The Norwegian SIKT network presents how joint process mapping facilitates the work of
developing automatic work flows, while the University of Gothenburg has gone from talking
about processes to talking about capabilities and explains why and what consequences this
has for the information management.
Welcome to the webinar on Thursday the 30th of March (2023-03-30) at 13:00–15:00
Please click here register to the webinar on the following registration link (Zoom):
About the speakers and their subjects:
• Ingvild Bjelland will present the UH-SAK Project. She is a Senior Adviser from Bergen
University is responsible for the Records Management in the project. She will talk about how
the Norweigian University Sector has mapped their business processes in order to build
automated workflows and facilitate the record management.
• Ola Ljungkrona and Johan Planmo are Enterprise Architects at Gothenburg University. Since
2009, Swedish authorities have been required to have a process-based information
management according to the regulations from the National Archive, but the University of
Gothenburg has gone from talking about processes to instead talking about capabilities and
has merged the archive's classification structure with the IT capability architecture. They will
talk about why this was done and what consequences it has for the information management.
Join us for a webinar on this exciting topic!
Please forward this invitation to your colleagues. The webinar is aimed at everyone who works
with information management, everything from IT to archivists and record managers.
The NUAS Record Management Group