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  • INNOVATION FOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 2016 ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED. REGISTER TODAY TO GUARANTEE YOUR

    Oct 27, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CT)

     Innovation for Information Management 2016

     

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    AIIM Wisconsin, ARMA Northern Illinois and AIIM Chicago formally invite you to our upcoming event, Innovation for Information Management 2016 at the Chicago Botanical Gardens on Thursday, October 27, 2016.  This event is being held in lieu of the AIIM Chicago roadshow and we expect the event will draw information management professionals from organizations throughout the Chicago metropolitan area and southern Wisconsin.

    Our keynote speaker will be AIIM International President, Peggy Winton, and our co-producing sponsor is Chicago-based information management consulting firm, Doculabs.  The event will feature both educational sessions and round table discussions with your peers in the records and information management industry.  Mark Diamond, President of Contoural, will provide our afternoon keynote session.

    Please note that this event is the Chicago “AIIM Roadshow” for 2016 and is backed by AIIM International, the Global Community of Information Professionals.

    This event has been approved for 6 CIP and 6 CRM continuing education credits.  

    Preliminary Agenda

     

    Agenda

    8:00-9:00am                Registration, Networking & Vendor Exhibits 

    9:00-9:50am                Keynote Session:  "The Development of the 21st Century Information Professional”

                                         Peggy Winton, President, AIIM International

    Three profound disruptors are impacting the way we view our information assets: 1) Consumerization of IT -- transforming what users expect from       applications; 2) Cloud & Mobile -- transforming how we interact with customers and employees; 3) The Internet of Things -- generating massive           amounts of new data and creating both new challenges and new opportunities.  This digital disruption calls for digital leaders with the skills and             experience to optimize information assets and transform business. What are those skills, and how can they be applied to transformational activities?   Let's talk! 

    10:00-10:50am            Roundtable Session A                       Roundtable Session B                            Roundtable Session C    

                                          Moderated by Rich Medina                 Moderated by Peggy Winton                     Moderated by Brian Johnson    

                                          Doculabs                                             AIIM International                                       Doculabs

    11:00-11:50am             Information Management Industry Experts Panel                         

                                         Panelists:                                                                                                                                                                              

                                         Steve Colombus, Enterprise Records Governance Manager, Walgreens    

                                         Ken Schiller, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Ameriprise Home & Auto

                                        Tammy Goss, Records & Information Management Administrator, WPPI Energy

                                         Pam Bartoli, ERMm, Manager, Records & Information Management, Foley & Lardner

                                         Joel Robinette, Records Program Manager, Zurich North America

                                         Steven Webber, Records Management Consultant, Northwestern Mutual  

                                         Mark Diamond, President, Contoural     

    12:00-1:30pm              Lunch, Networking & Vendor Exhibits   

    1:30-2:20pm                Building Your Information Governance Framework                                  ECM Case Study  

                                         Randy Oppenborn, Director of Information Security & Governance                Clint Houchens/Michael Ciabattari  

                                         Foley & Lardner                                                                                              OpenText

    2:30-3:20pm                Information Management in 2016

                                         Rich Medina, Co-Founder & Principal Consultant, Doculabs

    3:30-4:15pm               Launching an Information Governance Program:  Making Your Moonshot

                                        Mark Diamond, President, Contoural

    Effective Information Governance programs can be a tremendous boon for organizations, reducing risks and costs while increasing productivity. Yet     launching and running an enterprise-wide program that pulls together multiple stakeholders, integrates policies and technologies and is actually           followed by employees – all while avoiding getting stuck –  can be hard. Some have compared launching a successful program akin to a moonshot,     an endeavor fraught with hurdles and risks.  Yet in the same way the Apollo space program succeeding in large part because of approach and             attitude, so can Information Governance program also benefit from a similar “get it done” mindset.  This presentation will review the most common       hurdles and pitfalls and Information Governance, and how an effective approach can anticipate and overcome them. The Apollo space program           demonstrated that while technology is important, ultimate success is driven by approach and attitude. Make your Information Governance moonshot.

    4:15-5:00pm               Closing Comments and Drawing in Vendor Exhibit Area 

    This event has been approved for 6 CIP and 6 CRM continuing education credits.

    Glencoe, IL, United States

  • Innovation for Information Management 2016

    Oct 27, 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM (CT)

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    AIIM Wisconsin, AIIM Chicago and ARMA Northern Illinois invite you to Innovation for Information Management 2016 at the Chicago Botanical Gardens on Thursday, October 27, 2016.  This event is the Chicago AIIM Road Show for 2016 and will draw information management professionals from organizations throughout the Chicago metropolitan area and southern Wisconsin.  

    Our keynote speaker is AIIM International President, Peggy Winton, and our co-producing sponsor is Chicago-based information management consulting firm, Doculabs.  The event will feature educational sessions and roundtable discussions with your peers in the records and information management industry. Mark Diamond, President of Contoural, will provide our afternoon keynote session.

    Please note that this event is the Chicago AIIM Road Show event for 2016 and is backed by AIIM International, the Global Community of Information Professionals.    

    This event has been approved for 6 CIP and 6 CRM continuing education credits.    

    Agenda

    8:00-9:00am                Registration, Networking & Vendor Exhibits  

    9:00-9:50am                Keynote Session:  "The Development of the 21st Century Information Professional” 

                                         Peggy Winton, Interim President, AIIM International

    Three profound disruptors are impacting the way we view our information assets: 1) Consumerization of IT -- transforming what users expect from   applications; 2) Cloud & Mobile -- transforming how we interact with customers and employees; 3) The Internet of Things -- generating massive amounts of new data and creating both new challenges and new opportunities.  This digital disruption calls for digital leaders with the skills and experience to optimize information assets and transform business. What are those skills, and how can they be applied to transformational activities? Let's talk! 

    10:00-10:50am            Roundtable Session A                                     Roundtable Session B                             Roundtable Session C     

                                         How do I automate my business                    How do I govern and secure                    How do I gain insight to better

                                         processes to save time and money?             my organization’s information?              understand and engage my customers?

                                         Moderated By Peggy Winton                              Moderated By Brian Johnson                     Moderated by Rich Medina

                                         AIIM International                                               Doculabs                                                     Doculabs

    11:00-11:50am             Information Management Industry Experts Panel                         

                                         Panelists:                                                                                                                                                                              

                                         Steve Colombus, Enterprise Records Governance Manager, Walgreens    

                                         Ken Schiller, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Ameriprise Home & Auto

                                        Tammy Goss, Records & Information Management Administrator, WPPI Energy

                                         Pam Bartoli, ERMm, Manager, Records & Information Management, Foley & Lardner

                                         Joel Robinette, Records Program Manager, Zurich North America

                                         Steven Webber, Records Management Consultant, Northwestern Mutual  

                                         Mark Diamond, President, Contoural     

    12:00-1:30pm              Lunch, Networking & Vendor Exhibits   

    1:30-2:20pm                Building Your Information Governance Framework                                       ECM Case Study for an Agricultural Manufacturing Firm

                                         Randy Oppenborn, Director of Information Security & Governance                    Clint Houchens

                                         Pamela Bartoli, ERMm, Manager of Records & Information Management          Michael Cibattari 

                                         Foley & Lardner                                                                                                   OpenText

    2:30-3:20pm                So What Should I Do First? Planning Your 2017 Information Management Roadmap

                                         Rich Medina, Co-Founder & Principal Consultant, Doculabs

                                         Brian Johnson, Doculabs

    This presentation provides an Information Management Roadmap for 2017, whether your organization is new to Information Management or a veteran of the discipline. It provides a flexible Roadmap model, explains how you should modify it for your organization, and addresses the most relevant issues today, such as how to align your records management and information security programs.

    3:30-4:15pm                Launching an Information Governance Program:  Making Your Moonshot

                                         Mark Diamond, President, Contoural

    Effective Information Governance programs can be a tremendous boon for organizations, reducing risks and costs while increasing productivity. Yet   launching and running an enterprise-wide program that pulls together multiple stakeholders, integrates policies and technologies and is actually followed by employees – all while avoiding getting stuck –  can be hard. Some have compared launching a successful program akin to a moon shot, an endeavor fraught with hurdles and risks.  Yet in the same way the Apollo space program succeeding in large part because of approach and attitude, so can Information Governance program also benefit from a similar “get it done” mindset.  This presentation will review the most common hurdles and pitfalls and Information Governance, and how an effective approach can anticipate and overcome them. The Apollo space program  demonstrated that while technology is important, ultimate success is driven by approach and attitude. Make your Information Governance moonshot.

    4:30-5:30pm                Networking & Chicago Botanical Gardens Grand Tram Tour

                                         Join us on a 2.3-mile narrated tour! Learn the history and science of the Garden while viewing highlights including the McDonald Woods, Elizabeth                                                              Hubert Malott Japanese Garden, the new Learning Campus, and others. Enjoy views alongside the Garden’s 81 acres of water!

    This event has been approved for 6 CIP and 6 CRM continuing education credits.

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    Glencoe, IL, United States

  • AIIM Wisconsin & ARMA Milwaukee Breakfast & Roundtable

    Jan 18, 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM (CST)

    AIIM Wisconsin & ARMA Milwaukee

            Breakfast & Roundtable   
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    Join AIIM Wisconsin and ARMA Milwaukee on January 18th for breakfast and a roundtable session. Learn more about the resources offered by AIIM and ARMA, including industry research, training and best practices.


    Our speakers are ARMA Milwaukee Past President, Pam Bartoli and AIIM-Wisconsin President, Paul Fisher. The event will feature an overview of AIIM and ARMA resources as well as a roundtable discussions with your peers in the records and information management industry.

    Location:

      Midway Motor Lodge,
      1025 S Moorland Rd.                                                                                                                                         Brookfield, WI 53005 

    Schedule:

    7:30-8:00am Registration & Networking                                                                                                         8:00-8:45am Breakfast                                                                                                                                   8:45-10:00am Overview & Roundtable Discussion 

    Date & Time:

    Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM (CST)

    Cost:  $25

    Please Note: The hotel is undergoing construction but is open for events. For this event, please use the South entrance.

    Download to Your Calendar

    Contact

    Paul Fisher
    (414) 902-2611
    paul.fisher@1touchpoint.com
    Brookfield, WI, United States

  • Retentions – Case Study

    Feb 8, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (ET)

    Topic: Retentions – Case Study

    What are they? How are they determined? How / where do you apply them? How do you get the buy-in from your organization?

    Case study overview - Provides questions that need to be answered differently from every organization and resources available.

    Speaker Roni Doolin is the Altria Client Services, Records Management Associate Manager.

    Richmond

  • AIIM & ARMA Luncheon - Topic: Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Overview

    Mar 8, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (ET)

    Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Overview

    As Data Privacy and Cybersecurity continue to grab headlines, companies increasingly focus on these two risks.  Data Privacy and Cybersecurity often go hand-in-hand because they overlap with each other; however, they are two separate and distinct risks that companies have to manage.  Join us on March 8th for a discussion of Data Privacy and Cybersecurity. 

    Bio

    Holly Brady is Senior Counsel at Altria Client Services in the Governance, Compliance and Employment practice group.  Her primary focus is privacy and cybersecurity, counseling the company on risk management, legal compliance, policy development, training and awareness, third party risk, data transfer and incident preparedness.  Prior to joining Altria’s Law Department, Holly was part of the Global Technology, Outsourcing and Privacy practice group at Hunton & Williams LLP.

    Richmond, VA, United States

  • March 14th Program - Manager of Information Governance at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

    Mar 14, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (CT)

    March 14th Program - Joint Meeting with ARMA-Madison 

    Speaker:  Matthew D. McClelland, ECMm  

    Matt is the manager of the information governance office at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC), where he oversees multiple information governance programs, including records and lifecycle management, enterprise content management, e-discovery and enterprise search. Matt is a member of the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) Advisory Board, North Carolina First In Flight AIIM Executive Board and is an elected member of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) 2014-2016 Steering Committee for Records Management. He is a frequent speaker and panelist at information governance conferences, including AIIM Conference, InfoGovCon, KMWorld and PREX.

     This program is in partnership with AIIM - Wisconsin Chapter.

    Tickets

    $15.00 Lunch and Program - Member

    $20.00 Lunch and Program - Guest

    $10.00 Program Only - Member

    $10.00 Program Only - Guest

    Madison, WI, United States

  • AIIM & ARMA Old Dominion Spring Seminar!

    Apr 5, 9:00 AM - 11:59 PM (ET)

    Keynote: Information Governance and the 2016 Election: What Lessons Did We Learn?
    Jason R. Baron, Esq., Of Counsel, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, and Co-chair of the Information Governance Initiative
    IG Workshop: Developing and Maturing an Information Governance Program
    This highly interactive workshop, facilitated by Mr. Baron, will consist of modules devoted to (i) identifying the key facets of information governance and (ii) achieving success in building an IG framework within your firm or institution. Come prepared to share your thoughts on how IG is (and should be) practiced in the real world. This event should be both informative and entertaining (prizes will be awarded for best IG-related artwork).

    ALSO SPEAKING! Cybersecurity: Jason Belford, Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Virginia

    Richmond, VA, United States

  • Digital Transformation on the Inside and Outside of the Enterprise

    May 25, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (ET)

    UPDATE: Get Connie's slides and read a post about this topic here.

    About the Topic

    Organizations struggle to keep pace with the growth of information. This unending deluge of structured and unstructured information pushes business and government organizations to ditch their old, outdated ways of working. They must now embrace a plethora of channels to capture the ever rising amounts and types of data submitted by customers in an effort to become fully digital on the outside. At the same time, enterprises are concerned with internal efficiency and advances in operational excellence in their rapidly changing industries. During this unique session, Connie will demonstrate based upon her extensive research, how organizations have successfully transformed their businesses by going digital outside and inside. You will learn how to develop a digital strategy based upon your core competencies in emerging technologies, information management and process transformation.

    About the Speaker

    Connie Moore, Senior Vice President – Research, Digital Clarity Group

    ConnieMoore.jpgAs Senior Vice President of Research at Digital Clarity Group, Connie has unparalleled experience working with senior executives in business and IT, technology marketing, and government, from SMEs to large enterprises throughout the globe. She has managed international teams of analysts focused on a wide range of technologies such as social and collaboration, content management, business analytics, business software (e.g. ERP, CRM, HCM), and BPM suites. Her research encompasses business transformation, business process management, customer experience management, information management, the future of work, new business models and organizational change management. Connie is highly sought as a keynote speaker and conference chair on five continents. Connie is also a winner of highly coveted Marvin Manheim Award from the Workflow and Reengineering Association (WARIA).

    Prior to her current position, Connie was a VP, Principal Analyst and Research Director at Forrester Research for more than 20 years, where she pioneered new data-driven research on global ‘Bring Your Own Technology’ trends, forecasted and defined the next generation of business suites, and drove innovative dialog among marketing, business process and IT senior executives about how to succeed at large-scale business transformation. She came to Forrester through the acquisition of Giga Information Group and BIS Strategic Decisions. She was based in the UK for four years where she managed the BIS European Consulting organization. Prior to that, she was Vice President, Product Marketing at TDC, a manufacturer of document capture systems. She started her career at Accenture (formerly Arthur Andersen) as a manager in the consulting division, and at Wang Labs, where she was a customer support manager. Connie holds an MBA in Information Systems from George Washington and a BA from East Carolina University.

    Time

    • 5:00 PM — Registration/Networking and Cash Bar
    • 6:00 PM — Three Course Seated Dinner
    • 6:45 PM — Presentation and Discussion
    • 7:45 PM — Program Ends, Networking continues until 8:00 PM

    Venue

    Holiday Inn Capitol, 550 C Street SW, Washington, D.C. 20024; Phone: 202.479.4000; L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station; Parking available at the hotel with extra cost or on the nearby streets with Pay-to-Park.

    Sponsor Registration

    If you are registering from a sponsor organization, email Kevin Parker directly. The first one or two registrants from sponsor organizations are free (depending on level of sponsorship).

    Thanks to our Sponsors!

    OpenText Iron Mountain
    ZAI IQBG

    If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Kevin Parker or another board member.

    Washington, DC, United States

  • Redefining the Modern Records Manager

    Sep 27, 11:15 AM - 2:30 PM (CST)

    Join us as we redefine the role of the modern records manager. We’ll be asking leading members of the AIIM Tribe to join us and describe their experiences as we set out to create an action plan we can all follow in becoming business enablers.

    Keynotes include our very only chapter member, Monica Crocker, Group Records Coordinator.

    Full event informaiton can be found here.

    Hope to see you there!

    Minneapolis, MN, United States

  • Redefining the Modern Records Manager - Chicago, IL

    Sep 28, 11:15 AM - 2:00 PM (CT)
    It isn’t Records Management at the top of executives' minds; it isn't Information Governance either. Instead, executives are looking to information professionals to deliver tangible value to their businesses through improved processes and enablement of information assets.

    Join us as we redefine the role of the modern records manager. We’ll be asking leading members of the AIIM Tribe to join us and describe their experiences as we set out to create an action plan we can all follow in becoming business enablers.

    Learn more and register to join us.
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • WIIM Webinar: Block Chain and AI, What Do You REALLY Need to Know?

    Oct 3, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM (ET)

    You've heard all of the chatter about Blockchain and AI, and how various organizations are finally seeing it being implemented, but how do you wade through all of the information and zero in on what you REALLY need to know?

    Join Blockchain and AI expert, Andrea Chiappe as she shares all the must-know facts. We'll use this time to dive into what you need to know about Blockchain and AI and what's just noise.

  • Noble Energy: from Physical Records Management to Information Governance

    Oct 12, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (CT)

    Join the AIIM Southwest Chapter for lunch on Thursday, October 12, as Noble Energy shares how the global oil and gas independent is changing to more actively manage all unstructured information in addition to records in paper, film, fiche, core and tape forms.  Long-term board member and industry professional, Ritch Tolbert, will present and facilitate the group discussion.  Every participant will walk away with insight and recommended actions for enhancing one's value at work and making a difference where you are. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to invest in your industry knowledge and grow your community relationships. 

    Topic areas will include the following. 

    • How physical records have changed 
    • How governance of electronic information has developed 
    • How SharePoint and the cloud fit within their FileNet world 
    • What it takes in terms of people and process to make this possible 
    • What if any impacts there have been with lower oil and gas prices 

    Agenda 

    • Networking, 11:00-11:20 
    • Lunch, 11:20-Noon 
    • Presentation, discussion, demonstration, etc., Noon-1:00