University of MD Shady Grove Conference Center
Morning Session and Key Speaker: Bruce Miller, MBA. Bruce will highlight a “12-step structured methodology” that can be used for developing and implementing recordkeeping systems, but is also a useful guide for developing successful records and information management projects.
Afternoon Session One: Susan Sullivan, CRM, and Don Rosen from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) will present a case study of how NARA planned, piloted, and implemented an agency wide Shared Drive Cleanup initiative. They will discuss the tools, resources, and lessons learned. Additionally, this session discusses how this project and other research supported the development of both internal and external NARA policy in NARA Bulletin No. 2012-02.
Afternoon Session Two: Robert J. Van Hooser, J.D. from Millican & Associates will talk about successful projects that have resulted in successful programs in both the public and private sectors. Rob will explain how to put a “Records” project in perspective by developing a framework for the management of the project and for an approach to Organizational Information. Through determining the mission, figuring out who is in charge, and building a team, he will discuss creation of a plan of action to accomplishing an effective, repeatable and auditable process.
Panel Discussion: The last session of the day will bring all the speakers back for a panel discussion in which the audience can pose questions about obtaining the keys to success.
Information Governance Workers, Records and Information Managers, IT Project Managers
$95 through March 22, $125 through April 5
Contact Name: Carol Agayoff