ARMA GREAT LAKES- Multi-Chapter Meeting Announcements – October

A BIG THANK YOU TO RICHARD GURESKI, GREATER MILWAUKEE CHAPTER, FOR HIS EFFORTS TO DEVELOP THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CREATE COLLABOARTIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR CHAPTERS!

Greetings Fellow ARMA Chapter Board Members

I hope this message finds everyone well.  I’m writing to share programming announcements, educational opportunities and other information that you should feel free to share with your chapter.  I’ll do these messages as often as I can to ensure we’re sharing information with each other.  Some chapters may not be in a position to provide content during these Covid times so, let’s help each other out by sharing.

Of special note this month are two opportunities to collaborate between chapters including the ARMA Passport Announcement and the Spring Seminar-mania announcement.

As always, feel free to write me with any items you’d like to share with the group in the future and I’ll gladly pass them along.  Remember that we’re all in this togetherJ

Thanks,

Richard Gureski, CRA

Past-President, ARMA Milwaukee  

rgureski@wi.rr.com

414-287-9257

ARMA CINCINNATI CALL FOR COLLABORATION

Recently Eric French of ARMA Cincinnati put out a call asking if any chapters would like to collaborate with ARMA Cincinnati on one or more e-meetings.  Chapters in the Eastern Time Zone would be ideal.  Please contact Eric for more information at:  Eric.French@fmr.com

ARMA MILWAUKEE CRA/CRM STUDY GROUP – STILL TIME TO JOIN IN FOR EXAM ONE STUDIES

ARMA Milwaukee’s CRA/CRM Study Group meets electronically on Wednesday nights to study one particular test in the CRA/CRM process.  The group completed studies for the CRA exams (2, 3 and 4) and just began studying for Exam 1 of the certification track this past Wednesday September 23, 2020.  It’s not too late to jump in.  Interested individuals can contact me at rgureski@wi.rr.com*There is no charge to be part of this group.

MEMBERSHIP COOPERATIVE GROUP

A new collaborative group has been formed by local chapter leadership that will focus on Membership.  This collaborative effort is being led by ARMA Nebraska Past-President, Amber Roberts.  Amber is looking to hear from board members from different chapters who would like to take part in this new working group.  The next meeting is set for October 6, 2020.  Please contact Amber if you’re interested in attending.  (Amber.Roberts@gavilon.com)

ARMA PROGRAMS PASSPORT – TRAVEL THE COUNTRY AND ENJOY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SAFELY

ARMA Milwaukee’s Programs Chair Emily Herda has a fantastic idea that she is looking for other chapters to collaborate on.  The idea is to promote a series of e-meetings from ARMA Chapters all across the country as a tour.  Attendees can get their e-passport stamped as they attend meetings from different chapters around the country.  Interested chapters should contact me at rgureski@wi.rr.com for more information.

ARMA MILWAUKEE SPRING SEMINAR-MANIA

ARMA Milwaukee is looking for chapters to collaborate on a large-scale Spring Seminar idea for 2021.  The idea is to get numerous chapters to join together in the creation of one big Spring Seminar event that would be held over the course of one or more weeks in Spring 2021.  Each day (timeframe has yet to be determined) a different chapter would host a meeting as part of the larger Spring Seminar event.  Interested chapters should contact me at rgureski@wi.rr.com for more information.

ARMA CHICAGO E-MEETING – RECORDS MANAGEMENT TRAINING STRATEGIES: WHAT’S IN OUR FUTURE?

October 13, 2020 – Noon – 1 P.M. Central Time – Cost: Free

Join Jeff Benson, Senior Records Analyst for the National Archives and Records Administration as he discusses traditional learning delivery techniques and how they compare to training strategies that respond to our “new norm”.  Register at: https://armachicago.org/meetinginfo.php?id=87

ARMA MADISON E-MEETING – MANAGING BIG DATA, INFORMATION GOVERNANCE IN THE BIG DATA ERA

OCTOBER 13, 2020 – Noon – 1:30 P.M. Central Time – Cost: $10.00

Join John Montana, Principal at Montana Law as he discuss strategies for dealing with big data and dark data.  Register at: https://armamadison.org/meet-reg1.php?mi=35981&id=70

NORTHEAST OHIO ARMA CHAPTER E-MEETING – DISASTER RESPONSE – PREPARATION AND PROCESS

OCTOBER 13, 2020 – Noon – 1:30 P.M. Central Time – Cost: Free

Join Matt Jaroma, Vice President of Document Recovery Sales at BMS CAT as he discuss strategies for disaster response including preparation and process.  Register by e-mailing Angie Wade at: awade@gatewayrecycle.com

TWIN CITIES ARMA E-MEETING – TAMING THE BEAST – A CASE STUDY IN MICROSOFT TEAMS GOVERNANCE

October 13, 2020 – Noon – 1:00 P.M. Central Time – Cost: Free

Join Elizabeth Adkins, CRM, CA Emeritus, IGP, and Director, Information Governance at Grant Thornton, LLP as she shares the good, the bad, and the ugly experiences of a cross-functional team at Grant Thornton LLP that has been trying to tame the Teams beast.  Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/twin-cities-arma-october-13-2020-meeting-via-webinar-tickets-117670895817

ARMA DETROIT E-MEETING – HOW TO LEVERAGE YOUR ORGANIZATION’S HISTORICAL ASSETS TO CREATE VALUE

OCTOBER 14, 2020 – Noon – 1:00 P.M. Eastern Time – Cost: Free

Join the Corporate Records Manager for FCA US LLC, William W. LeFevre, CA, CRM, FAI as he discuss the opportunity for information management professionals to work with other stakeholders to appraise your organization’s historical materials for marketing and other potential uses.  Telling stories through corporate records can enhance efforts to brand or rebrand, advance an organization’s mission, boost employee loyalty programs, enhance training efforts, and improve community outreach efforts, all of which will bolster the organization’s internal and external brand.  Register at: https://armadetroit.org/meetinginfo.php?id=89&ts=1600960761

ARMA NEBRASKA E-MEETING – IG FOR BOSSES ON BOSSES DAY!

October 21, 2020 – 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Central Time – Cost: $10-Members/$15-Non-Members

Join the Vice President of Information Governance at Access and the Co-Chair of the Consumer Privacy & Data Analytics Subcommittee of the American Bar Association, John Isaza, Esq, FAI as he discusses Recent Developments and Best Practices in Privacy Law, Cybersecurity & Privacy Risks When Working Remote.  Register at: https://armanebraska.org/meetinginfo.php?id=51&ts=1600960292

ARMA MILWAUKEE E-MEETING – TO BE ANNOUNCED

October 22, 2020 – 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Central Time – Cost: Free

*Note that we are still finalizing details with our speaker but, hope to have info to share soon.  For now, save the date!

TWIN CITIES ARMA E-MEETING – STRUCTURING SERENDIPITOUS COLLABORATION

November 10, 2020 – Noon – 1:00 P.M. Central Time – Cost: Free

Join Nick Inglis is Executive Director, Content & Programming at ARMA International as he discusses how to structure your information systems to enable collaboration.  Through careful planning, proper structure, and aligned technology, serendipity can happen in large scale and massive organizational benefits can be achieved.  Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/twin-cities-arma-november-10-2020-meeting-via-webinar-tickets-121005090483

ARMA NEBRASKA E-MEETING – BRINGING SEXY BACK TO RECORDS MANAGEMENT

November 18, 2020 – 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Central Time – Cost: $10-Members/$15-Non-Members

Join Shawn Acheampong of Tumli Transformations as he discusses ways to bring ‘sexy back’ to Records Management!  Records Management often tends to be seen as a ‘paper’ function and not prominently included in digital transformation discussion.  In this interactive workshop Shawn will uncover the tactics to prove the value in records management and drive your organizations digitally transforming future.  Register at: https://armanebraska.org/meetinginfo.php?id=52&ts=1597340823

ARMA elections are now open- please vote!

Region members,

Please take a few minutes to participate in the ARMA Board of Directors election for the upcoming year. This provides a great opportunity for us to be informed as chapter leaders about this year’s candidates and review where they stand on many of the important initiatives for ARMA for the upcoming year. Please take this opportunity to get to know who they are and to get involved in ARMA’s future! Here is a link to the information page for this year’s candidates: https://www.arma.org/page/BoardElection

Online voting for the election runs through January 23. Be looking for an email from ARMA with the link to the election ballot.

Thank you for voting to sculpt the future leadership of ARMA!

 

 

 

Are you going to ARMA InfoCon 2019? Register Now for Reduced Rate- Ends 9/1

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The current rates go up September 1st, so register today for the ARMA InfoCon 2019 conference, held in Nashville from October 21-23.

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You can choose from two great options, CORE and PLUS.

CORE-conference registrants receive:

  • Access to three days of conference education sessions
  • Access to the Sunday night Registration Reception
  • Access to the seven general session keynotes (Yes, you read that right!)
  • Exhibit Hall entry on Monday and Tuesday
  • Lunch provided Monday, Tuesday* and Wednesday
  • Access to the Hall of Regions Reception
  • Access to the Industry Roundtable Discussions
  • Access to the Industry Breakfasts
  • Pre-approval for CRA, CRM, and IGP credits
  • FREE 60-day viewing period for session recordings post-conference
  • Cost: Current Pricing is $1199 for Professional Members, $1499 for Non-Members and Associate Members

PLUS-conference registrants receive all of the CORE-conference benefits, PLUS:

  • A reserved seat in the Leadership Summit pre-con event
  • Access to our exclusive “Plus” workshop sessions. These are longer sessions that take deep dives into such topics as certification prep, project management, change management, communications skills, IM fundamentals, retention program development, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and auto-classification.
  • A bonus voucher that allows free access to a new virtual IGP prep course, which will prepare you or a member of your team for the IGP certification
  • Reserved seating at general sessions
  • Extra drink tickets to be used at the receptions and parties
  • Access to the VIP lounge
  • Cost: Current Pricing is $1699 for Professional Members, $1999 for Non-Members and Associate Members

Visit the conference site for more information, check out the education schedule and register here today, right now, and get the best price possible before it’s too late!

*Core and Plus registrants will be provided a gift card for Tuesday’s lunch.

Your new region leadership team

Introducing your new region leadership team for ARMA Great Lakes!

 

Region Director

Susan Burd (term expires 7/1/2021)  susan_burd@amway.com
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Chapter Advisor- Operations & Governance

Sam Haiduc (term expires 7/1/2021)  shaiduc@firstenergycorp.com
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Chapter Advisor- Education & Programming

Cindy Chmura (term expires 7/1/2021)  cchmura@deloitte.com
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Chapter Advisor- Membership & Marketing

Kamal Kapoor (term expires 7/1/2020)  kamal.kapoor@ic.ohio.gov
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Host chapter/city for 2019 leadership conference

Calling all chapters! Are you interested in hosting the next Great Lakes Leadership Conference? We are beginning the selection process for the host city for 2020. We would like to announce the  2020 conference site at this summer’s leadership conference in Omaha. It’s a great way to spotlight your city and chapter, and play host to chapter leaders from both the Great Lakes and Midwest Rocky Mountain regions. If you are interested in playing this very important role for our region next summer, please let me know.

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ARMA Columbus Spring Seminar

You are invited to attend the ARMA Columbus Spring Seminar ARMA_GC_Chapter_50Years_Logo_Color_1180x975-150x150

Operational Impacts Regarding Privacy, Data, Cybersecurity and AI
Disaster Disruption: The Risks, Laws, and Preparedness for Recovery

The Greater Columbus ARMA Chapter welcomes Dino Tsibouris CIPP/US, from Tsibouris & Associates and Jason Destefanis from Carrara Companies as speakers for the 2019 Annual Spring Seminar.

Date: May 23rd, 2019

Location: Nationwide – Grandview Yard

Parking: G6 Public South Garage (975 Rail St.)
Enter through South entrance Check in with driver’s license at security

8:00-8:30 – Registration, Breakfast, Networking
8:30-9:00 – Introduction, Greetings & Announcements
9:00-12:00 – Session 1 (includes 15 minute break)
12:00-1:00 – Lunch
1:00-4:00 – Session 2 (includes 15 minute break)
4:00-4:15 – Wrap-Up, Q&A, Closing Remarks

Session 1 – Dino Tsibouris
Operational Impacts Regarding Privacy, Data, Cybersecurity and AI

Deleting data on demand – Are you ready? The legal landscape for records management is changing rapidly. What are the immediate effects of GDPR and California privacy? Mr. Tsibouris will also be reviewing the ethical and legal obligations surrounding bitcoin and artificial intelligence.

Session 2 – Jason Destefanis
Disaster Disruption: The Risks, Laws, and Preparedness for Recovery

Disaster disruption: prevention and preparedness – discussing the risks, laws, insurance, cyber-side of loss, and recovery. Fire, floods, tornados, and wind are all potential hazards that have devastating effects on records during a disaster, and serious effects on the companies that rely on them. Arm yourself with the knowledge to build your disaster recovery plan and to begin the recovery if disaster strikes.

Nationwide – Grandview Yard
1000 Yard Street
Grandview Heights, OH 43212

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits (Pending: 6 hours)
Certified Records Manager (CRM) credits (Pending: 6 hours)
Information Governance Professional (IGP) credits (Pending: 6 hours)

To register or for more information, please click here

Seminar Announcement- Mid Michigan Chapter Spring Workshop

May 16: Certified Records Manager-CRM & Certified Analyst-CRA Workshop

 Are you Interested in Becoming a Certified Records Manager or Analyst?

Mid-Michigan ARMA is excited to offer a Certified Records Manager (CRM) / Certified Records Analyst (CRA) Workshop to assist prospective CRM and CRA candidates. The CRM or CRA designation demonstrates a solid foundation of core skills and competencies for the RIM professional. This full-day preparation workshop will provide an introduction to the CRM/CRA examination process as well as an overview of Parts 1-6 and sample examination questions.

Your journey starts with achieving your CRA credential, building the foundation of RIM knowledge with the following morning sessions (8:00 am to 11:45 am):

  • Introduction to ICRM Certifications
  • Records and Information Creation & Use – Part 2
  • Records, Storage, Retrieval, Conversion & Facilities – Part 3
  • Records Appraisal, Retention, Protection & Disposition – Part 4

 

Continue this journey expanding upon your RIM expertise by earning your CRM credential. These afternoon sessions cover (12:30 pm to 4:30 pm):

  • Management Principles and the Records & Information (RIM) Program – Part 1
  • Technology – Part 5
  • Business Cases – Part 6

For more information or to register, please see the Workshop Flyer: CRMCRAWorkshop

Seminar Announcement- ARMA Chicago Spring Workshop

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To register or for more info, CLICK HERE

Valid for 5 CRM credits

Schedule:

8:30 AM- 9:45 AM

KEYNOTE: The End of Privacy

Presented by Michal Kosinski, PhD., Assistant Professor, Stanford University

A growing proportion of human activities such as social interactions, entertainment, shopping, and gathering information are now mediated by digital devices and services. Such digitally mediated activities produce an unprecedented amount of digital footprints that can be used to reveal our intimate traits, emotions, and predict future behavior. Given the progress in Artificial Intelligence and computing, we should get ready for the future where privacy is a privilege reserved for the few.

10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Information Authenticity and the Role of Information Governance as an Arbiter of Truth

Technology has fueled an almost unimaginable volume of daily information. Streaming services, news feeds, 24-hour news, and social media platforms create a cacophony of often conflicting reports and claims. Politicians, Government officials, scientists, business leaders and media personalities all make statements that can easily (and should) be questioned by opposing viewpoints. Who are we to believe? As Information Governance professionals, what is our role in ensuring that the underlying data and documents used to justify reports and claims are authentic and not altered? ?

Our panelists Dr. Michal Kosinski (Stanford University), Stuart Myles (Associated Press), a member of the federal judiciary and an Information Governance expert will be led by Mark Diamond (Contoural) who will discuss and debate the issue of information authenticity. What they will discuss has implications for us not just as Information Governance professionals, but to the very fabric of our society as a whole.

1:00 PM- 2:00 PM

ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar KEYNOTE Q & A with Dr. Michal Kosinski

Presented by Michal Kosinski, PhD., Assistant Professor, Stanford University

2:30 PM- 3:30 PM

ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar Track 1: E-Discovery, Chicago Style

Presented by Kenneth Withers, Esq., Deputy Executive Director, The Sedona Conference

Chicago is famous for its unique approach to traditional “tomato pie.” And the federal courts in Chicago have a unique approach to eDiscovery, thanks to a blanket court order affecting the management of almost all civil litigation in the Northern District of Illinois, balanced by useful guidance from the “Seventh Circuit Council on eDiscovery and Digital Information,” which has no equivalent in any other jurisdiction. In short, eDiscovery in Chicago is deeper and thicker, but cooks a lot faster (with the danger of burning down the kitchen). In this presentation, eDiscovery veteran Ken?Withers?of The Sedona Conference will select some recent eDiscovery cases from here in the Northern District to demonstrate the basic principles. He will then look at a few high-profile cases from around the country and discuss how they might be treated differently in Chicago courts, and the lessons for Information Governance professionals.

ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar Track 2: Leveraging Information Value: From IG to Infonomics

Presented by Robert Smallwood, Managing Director, Institute for IG

In this presentation, attendees will learn fundamental Information Governance (IG) concepts and principles, and how IG programs form the foundation for maximizing information value by applying principles of Infonomics, including several use cases.

Attendees will:

  • Learn fundamentals of IG and Infonomics, and the link between them
  • Discover the characteristics of and uses for an Information Asset Register (IAR)
  • Understand how IG programs form the foundation for harvesting information value
  • Learn how Infonomics has been applied to monetize or leverage information assets

 

4:00 PM- 5:00 PM

ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar Track 1: CIO Preservation Playbook in the Age of Digital Transformation

Presented by Janice Clatterbuck, Senior Director, Executive Services, Info-Tech Research Group and Lori Ashley, Preservica

This case study features key insights of a Federal Reserve Bank Chief Information Officer (CIO) who built the business case and delivered a digital preservation solution for long-term governance and historical records in a complex and highly regulated environment. She will describe approaches used to successfully engage board members, identify and validate stakeholder requirements, prioritize critical long-term institutional records for preservation, analyze the technical landscape and evaluate commercial solutions, and deliver a multi-tenant digital preservation solution on time and on budget.

ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar Track 2: Policy by the Slice: Applying Governance Rule Sets to Content

Presented by Jennifer Crawford, CRM, Director, Product Management, Iron Mountain

We all likely have a retention schedule. We also have privacy obligations, and administrative requirements related to cross border data transfer, storage, and format. But how do we take those requirements and automatically apply them to our content where it resides? And how do we keep those governance rules evergreen?  The session will cover:

  • What are governance rule sets?
  • Challenges of applying retention rules/governance rules to individual record types across content in disparate repositories
  • Systems available on the market that play in a similar space (classification, federation, etc.) and how they differ from this idea
  • New thinking about delivering the “rules” of Information Governance beyond retention requirements by expanding into privacy and administrative governance rule sets, and then subscribing to only the rules you need.
  • Case Study for delivering micro rule sets to content via individual governance rule subscription.

We must modernize our thinking around how we apply governance rules to our information, setting aside the tired conundrum of figuring out how to impose a standalone retention schedule or privacy policy onto our scattered content.

5:30 PM– 6:30 PM
ARMA Chicago Chapter Spring Seminar Reception