Information Governance: Failures & Lessons Learned
This session will begin by introducing clear and concise definitions of Information Governance (IG) and its key concepts. Then we will delve into IG Program Principles and Best Practices, followed by examples of major IG failures and lessons learned. Presented by industry leading consultant trainer Robert Smallwood, author of six books on IG topics, this session is sure to be informative and entertaining.
The WebEx will begin at 12 pm. WebEx login information will be sent out closer to the meeting. If you are planning on meeting for lunch and listening to the WebEx together, please meet at Ricoh offices at 11:30.
Robert Smallwood is an Information Governance SME and consultant, keynote speaker, and noted author of the seminal textbook "Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices" being used to guide corporations in their IG programs as well as teaching graduate students IG at major universities like Oxford, U of Michigan, San Jose State and others. Also wrote, "Information Governance for Executives , and Introduction to Information Governance and "Managing Electronic Records: Methods, Best Practices and Technologies" and "Safeguarding Critical E-documents: Implementing a Program for Securing Confidential Information Assets" and also "Taming the Email Tiger.” Smallwood is also the author of a published novel, theatrical play, and first person account of Hurricane Katrina. He has served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of AIIM International, and was co-founder and President of a local AIIM Chapter. Smallwood has been interviewed and quoted by BBC News, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NPR.
Cancellations must be received no later than noon on the TUESDAY before the meeting. If you cancel prior to that time, you will be issued a full refund. No shows and cancellations received after the noon deadline will be required to pay the full registration amount. The Chapter incurs a cost for the venue and food based on the number of reservations. Twin Cities Chapter members may transfer their meeting registration to another individual at any time.