Understanding Information Governance
Please join us on December 7th, 2017 as ARMA Toronto hosts a new session titled “Understanding Information Governance” presented by Keith Atteck C.Tech. ERMm and Irene Gelyk, IGP, CRM, CIP, ECMs, ERMm
WHEN: Thursday, December 7th, 2017at 12:00pm – 4:30pm
WHERE: University of Toronto, Claude T.Bissell building at 140 St. George St at Sussex St, Room 520
REGISTRATION: RSVP by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For those new to the topics of records and information management (RIM), information governance (IG), risk and compliance, it’s hard to keep new terminology straight. Many of you may believe that a sound records management program implies information governance, but let us assure you that this is not the case.
If you take but one thing away from this session, it should be this:
Information governance programs are high–level, strategic initiatives which designate accountability for the management of all information – from birth to death, regardless of form, throughout all areas of the organization.
Records management programs are much more operational in scope, and are often a mechanism for achieving some of the goals defined during the IG planning.
IG is a strategic initiative of any organization. However, many organizations either fail to recognize the value of a sound IG strategy, or fail to make the connection to organizational strategy.
This session will review RIM / IG strategy and implementation, and then discuss how we start to change the paradigm towards effective RIM / IG programs.
Upon completing this session, you will be able to:
- Generally describe records management and information life-cycle management
- Describe strategic information governance
- Recognize that IG strategy is all about people, and thus the need to guide your IG tactics
- Identify the key things you need to do to start to turn your efforts into a winning IG strategy.
Keith Atteck C.Tech. ERMm is an experienced and results-driven Information Governance (IG), and project management professional leader, facilitator, mentor, and coach, who provides IG, ECM and KM expertise and support to organizational initiatives and projects. He helps companies achieve their goals and deliver value by deploying efficient and effective information governance and management strategies. His business and stakeholder analysis is guided by outcome expectations that in turn drive tactics to support implementation plans, policies and programs. Keith has been a featured speaker at ARMA Canada Conferences, Toronto Chapter events, guest presenter for organizational webinars, and speaker at many other events. He is the ARMA Canada Region Member of the Year 2017, Chapter Member of the year in 2011, and ARMA Canada Mentor since 2014.
Irene Gelyk, IGP, CRM, CIP, ECMs, ERMm is a master of organizing chaos and thinking ‘outside the RIM box’, Irene Gelyk’s speciality is simplification of the behemoth that electronic records and information management (RIM) has become. Irene’s accreditations are numerous and include standing as one of 250 Information Governance Professionals (IGP) and one of 975 active Certified Records Managers (CRM) globally. She is a thought leader in analyzing, simplifying and executing RIM programs; has worked for such companies as BlackBerry, Deloitte, PwC, Fasken Martineau, Canon, and in the Ontario Public Sector including, Hydro One, the Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Children and Youth, and the Ministry of Transportation.”
When not tackling information chaos, Irene enjoys crocheting, knooking and rowing.