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ARMA’s Information Governance Implementation Model: The Way Forward For Information Governance


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: February 06, 2020
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  • Receive an overview of the Information Governance Implementation Model
  • Understand how the IGIM can be utilized in your organization
  • Learn how ARMA is utilizing the IGIM for future resources development

Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute
Recorded: February 6, 2020

Description

Learn about ARMA’s new model for Information Governance, the ARMA Information Governance Implementation Model (IGIM). In this session you’ll get an overview of this new methodology for helping your organization move forward in your Information Governance endeavors. You’ll also learn how this model can also be utilized for maturity assessment and how ARMA is connecting the IGIM to future resources.

This program was recorded as part of Law.com's Legalweek Conference on February 6th, 2020.

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Ann K. Snyder

Manager, Content Development
ARMA International

Ann K. Snyder is the Manager of Content Development at ARMA International. Immediately prior to joining ARMA, Snyder served as senior manager of information governance at a biotech company. 

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Nick Inglis

Executive Director of Content & Programming
ARMA International

Nick Inglis is Executive Director, Content & Programming at ARMA International (formerly President of the Information Coalition, before the two organizations’ merger). Inglis is the author of ‘INFORMATION: The Comprehensive Overview of the Information Profession.’ Mr. Inglis’ writing has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, The Providence Journal, Yahoo! Finance, CMSWire, and others. Before his Co-Founding and leading the Information Coalition, Mr. Inglis served as the Director of Professional Development at AIIM and was one of the youngest Assistant Vice Presidents in Bank of America’s history. When not adding to his collection of certificates and certifications (CIP, IGP, INFO, ERMm, SharePointm, BPMm, E2.0m, ECMm, IMCP), he is likely spending time with his son, Conor Atom.


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