Geert-Jan van Bussel

Entrepreneur, Consultant, Auditor and Senior Researcher

Helmond (The Netherlands)

From April 23 to April 30, 2019

Biography —

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Geert-Jan van Bussel (1960) is a consultant, researcher, and auditor, specialized in information governance, digital archiving, and complicance. He is a leading auditor of records management and archiving standards (ISO 15489, ISO 16175, ISO 23081, ISO 16363 and the Dutch standard NEN 2082). As a strategic consultant he is asked for assistance by many (international) business organizations and government agencies. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and an Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam. He is a visiting lecturer at several universities in Europe. He is a (keynote) speaker on many (international) seminars and conferences, mostly on the effects and influence of information processing and information management on people’s work. He published more than hundred papers and four books on business processes, governance, auditing, compliance and digital archiving.

Project —

Organizational Behaviour is very important for Enterprise Information Management and Archiving, but it is neglected within the archival science literature. My project is trying to find an answer on two essential questions about behaviour in organizations, which need to be answered in a chapter of a book I am writing at the moment. Those questions are about [1] the constituents of (organizational) behaviour that affect archiving, and [2] the contextualizing of that behaviour by archivists when capturing records and archives. In my project I want to do a theoretical analysis of scientific literature, especially concerning management science, psychology and psychiatry.