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2005, Vol., No.12

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    A Study on the Work Process Analysis Methodology for Records Management

    이소연·오명진 | 2005, (12) | pp.3~35 | number of Cited : 3
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    There have been growing interests in work process analysis methodology, ever since ISO 15489 and DIRKS were introduced to the Korean archival and records management community. It is because the methodology has been expected to provide with much needed information, with which records management programs could be designed. The information encompass from those needed in developing macro-organizational framework such as business classification schemes, to those essential to identify exact points of time, at which records management systems should capture records during each phase of business process. The Korean community, however, currently possesses a surprisingly scanty understanding of the methodology. The present paper aims to promote its understanding among Korean archivists and records managers, by reviewing an Australian standard of Work Process Analysis for Recordkeeping(AS 5090). It begins with drawing attention to the fact that the work process analysis is utilized in diverse areas, encompassing systems development, organizational re-engineering, and human resources management in business settings. When the methodology is implemented in records management settings, therefore, focus should be lied in finding out ways of creating and capturing records from the routine business activities. The paper then reviews the relationship among the three standards, AS 5090, DIRKS, and ISO 15489. Most parts of the paper are dedicated to review AS 5090 in detail, with examples. The paper also provides with output forms to be used to organize and represent results from the analysis.
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    Analysing Archival Appraisal and Selection Decision : Theoretic Approach

    Lee, Seung-eok | 2005, (12) | pp.37~80 | number of Cited : 15
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    Archival appraisal has been a significant field and demanding task in thoughts and practice about modern archive, in particular, because of insufficiency of resources for the preservation in comparison with the large scale of recorded information. Appraising records does naturally go with the selecting and acquiring them. In the field of appraisal, however, comprehensive accountability on appraisal is much more important than selection and acquisition. The purpose of this study is the proposition of the theoretic approach to the analysis of the factors concerning the archival appraisal. For this purpose, I would try not the actual practice of the archival appraisal but theoretical categories of archival appraisal decision. The archival Characteristic, Value, and Context will be proposed as theoretical categories for the analysis of archival appraisal decision. Firstly, Characteristic category makes it clear to identify the reliable and authentic records, and then, Value provides us with elucidation about the appraisers' recognition of values. Lastly, Context explains the priority of selection throughout creating, using, interrelationship, and social meaning of archives.
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