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

ARMA Central Illinois- CRA Training Workshop, April 18

Do you want a boost in your career? Are you ready to take the next step in leading and enforcing your RIM program?

Please join us for the CRA (Certified Records Analyst) Workshop.

The ICRM (Institute of Certified Records Managers) is an international certifying body of and for professional records managers for more than 40 years. The organization and the credential remains a valuable part of the Records and Information Management (RIM) community; an expanding interdisciplinary, global and diverse constituency.

The Certified Records Analyst (CRA) provides a strong foundation of core skills and competencies for the RIM professional. It covers everything from general management principles, all aspects of recordkeeping from creation, management, control, storage and disposition, through in-depth areas of recordkeeping technologies.

Attaining the Certified Records Analyst (CRA) designation is based on educational background, professional work experience and successful completion of a three-part examination consisting of:

 

 

For more information or to register, please CLICK HERE

Spring Seminar Announcement- Mid Michigan Chapter

ARMA Mid Michigan 2019 Spring Seminar Presents : Compliance

In a world facing increasing regulatory requirements for managing sensitive information, one seminar can help!

Join us for a day of education on security and privacy regulations and policies affecting your records and information, and what you can do to comply.

Featuring industry expert presentations on topics including…
· IRS Publication 1075 Tax Information Security Guidelines
· FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy
· Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
· General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
 And more!
When
April 17, 2019
8:30am-4:00pm
Registration begins at 8am

Where
The MTG Space
4039 Legacy Pkwy
Suite 200

Lansing, Michigan

Registration
Includes breakfast, lunch & snacks
Members: $130
Non-Members: $155
Students: $32

To register, CLICK HERE

Guest fees- chapter responses

We recently polled our chapter leaders about how they manage guest fees for their chapter meetings. Please find a summary of responses below.

  • “The Greater Columbus Chapters policy is first guest meeting is free. That being said do we check every guest to make sure that they didn’t attend a meeting some time last year .. no.”
  • “We actually charge a higher fee for guests as we feel one of the benefits of becoming a Chapter member is access to “cheaper” meetings/events.  If the goal is to grow membership, I don’t feel giving non-members free access to meetings/events makes much sense.  What enticement is there then to join the Chapter if you can come for free?”
  • “I TOTALLY agree Glen. There may be however, opportunities that we could explore to entice guests to come to meetings and later join.”
  • “That is the “golden ticket” that all chapters seem to struggle with.  We do however need to clearly define what the overall value proposition is for someone to join…not just a free or discounted ticket to a meeting.  To be honest we don’t really struggle with getting guests to attend our meetings, but obviously need to figure out ways to convert them…and that’s really where we need ARMA HQ’s assistance.”
  • “It depends on the kind of meeting we are having. Our WebEx or phone conference meetings are free to the guest.”
  • “My Chapter, North East Ohio has had 1st meeting free for guests, but not reoccurring.  We also have invited a member whose company no longer pays for her to attend to be a guest at one of our meetings.”
  • “In Greater Columbus, first time guests are free.  Then, we have a member cost of $20 and a non-member cost of $25 for meetings in order to cover some of the cost of meetings.”
  • “Cincinnati is first time guest is free and then meeting fees are $15 for members and $20 for non-members. “
  • “In Mid-Michigan, our first-time guests and students are free, but we only charge a $5 meeting fee whether they are members or not. Our tours are also free (unless the business charges). We decided on a $5 flat fee because it attractive to more guests, especially for those whose employers do not reimburse them. We rely on profits made from special workshops and our Spring Seminar to cover any costs we may have lost from meetings with low attendance. We are also toying with the idea of recording our meetings (live and webinar) and charging $5 for those who could not attend the meetings, but still request to receive the information.”
  • “I LIKE YOUR IDEA! Sometimes, traveling 1-2 hours for the presentation is tough for me in Holland.”
  • “Lexington Kentucky Chapter just has a standard of $ 20 dollars for non-members and $17members. “
  • “Central Illinois historically has had a fee of $25 or $30 fee for both Members/Non-members (depending on the venue); we just charge a fee to cover our meeting location costs and meals. However, we have recently changed our Web Platform to StarChapter and have heard of others that have benefited from a tad higher fee for Non-Members so we are increasing the meeting fee for Non-Members $10 this year; as an added member benefit.”