ARMA Triangle Spring 2018 Educational Seminar : AIIM Sponsored

2018-04-19
Organizer: AIIM: Workflow, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, IG
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8:00 am – 8:30 amRegistration/Continental Breakfast

Introductions/Housekeeping Items

8:30 am – 10:00 am Defensible Disposition: The What, Why, When, and Who
(Chris King, Lisa Lukaszewski & Diana Fasching, Redgrave LLP)
In this first session on defensible disposition, you will learn about identifying opportunities for defensible disposition, laying the foundation required for such initiatives, assembling a cross-functional team, building a business case, and obtaining buy-in for defensible disposition initiatives

.10:00 am – 10:30 amMorning Break
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10:30 am – 12:00 pm Defensible Disposition: The Where and How

(Chris King, Lisa Lukaszewski & Diana Fasching, Redgrave LLP)
This second session will provide a roadmap for approaching defensible disposition projects at your organization by examining successful disposition efforts with a focus on key decisions, lessons learned, and the variables that impact overall cost.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pmLunch
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1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Records Management Neuroscience
(Dylan Williams, Ricoh)
This session will incorporate neuroscientific research as a basis for explaining information behaviors - from "hoarding" to "multi-tasking" - and examine the ways those behaviors contribute to records program failure. Attendees will come away with practical yet entertaining ways of understanding the "people-side" of change management within an evolving records program

.2:00 pm – 2:30 pmAfternoon Break
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2:30 pm – 4:30 pm Information Economics: Quantifying a Path to IG Program Maturity
(Dylan Williams, Ricoh)
Organizations have been qualifying a need for Information Governance pilot projects, but many still struggle with justifying enterprise support and budgets to take their programs to the next level. In this presentation, we will walk participants through a Total Cost of Ownership approach to Information Economics which has been used as a foundational element within several organizations’ IG programs. This session will involve participation and real-world examples to differentiate and define a program through Volume, Asset Costs, Process Costs, and Risk Costs. We will then share how this approach can be applied to further motivate, increase collaboration with, and create a common language for IG across the enterprise.

4:30 pm – 5:00 pmQ & A/Wrap-Up
Closing Comments/Adjourn

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Poster: triangletech