ARMA Winnipeg Chapter’s – November 16th Education Session


Information Governance (IG) Primer: The Business Strategy Perspective

Full Day Seminar 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Where: Norwood Hotel, 112 Marion St., Winnipeg, MB

Registration: 8:00 a.m. (coffee and muffins)

Full Day Seminar: 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m (Lunch Included)

Price: $195.00 for members/$245 for non-members

Information Governance (IG) is truly a strategic initiative of any organization. As such, the connection to organizational strategy must be made concretely. This session is designed to provide seminar participants with a basic understanding of the rational and requirements for IG, and to help inform senior management on the value and issues, including; frameworks, mode, s and components. The session covers key topics, such as; information related risk, goals, benefits, issues, players, and components related to IG and RIM. Participants will be informed with respect to the impact that IG & RIM has on your business to prepare for developing their organizations IG strategy.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completing this seminar, you will be able to:

  1. Describe the key elements of Information Governance to senior management
  2. Have an awareness of the key frameworks and models from which IG is based
  3. Practical application of IG principles – how to pull it all together!
  4. Tools and techniques to help develop the IG program for their organization. Preparing for building the strategic framework!

This presentation was featured at the ARMA Canada Conference 2017 in Toronto as a Pre-Conference Session.

Facilitator Biography:

Keith Atteck C.Tech. ERMm is an experienced and results-driven Information Governance (IG), and project management professional facilitator, mentor, and coach, who provides IG, ECM and KM expertise, and support to organizational initiatives and projects. He helps companies achieve their goals and deliver value by deploying efficient and effective information governance and management strategies. His business and stakeholder analysis is guided by outcome expectations that in turn drive tactics to support implementation plans, policies, and programs.


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