Track II

Dave Foley (bio), Director of Records and Information Management (RIM) ONEOK

RIM/IG Programs: Accountability Framework - Habit 4 The Accountability Framework formalizes the roles and responsibilities of a business unit and helps them manage their information in a consistent and systematic way.

You have a records and information management (RIM) policy, built a retention schedule and are ready to take the program to your internal customers. Your goal is to arm them with the understanding, resources and processes that help them successfully manage their information. From the 7 Habits of a RIM Program, we’ll dive into embedding RIM via the Accountability Framework, uncovering what the framework is, examining its structure and exploring ways to implement and sustain it. Training and reporting samples touch on ways to inform and connect with various audiences. Lessons learned along the way conclude the session to provide a comprehensive view of Habit 4 in the real world.

RIM/ IG Programs: Measure and Improve – Habit 7

Keeping your RIM program sustainable and relevant can be challenging. From a practitioner’s point of view, we’ll review resources and easy-to-use methods to measure your program’s use and effectiveness. We’ll close with a peek at how these measurements can help you gauge program compliance and plan for improvement.

RIM/IG Programs: Accountability Framework Implementations – 2 Case Studies

Two companies will present different approaches to implementing a RIM Program Accountability Framework with different methodologies: 1. a targeted business approach (ONEOK), and 2. an agile approach (One Gas). Attendees will see how the framework adapted to different business needs and cultures and consider how they can use it to create, implement and sustain a framework for their organizations. Lessons learned and other truths from the two implementations are included. The session culminates with a thought-provoking discussion and Q&A.

Topic: Data Analytics: What IG Professionals Need To Know - Steven Williams, MLIS, IGP

Synopsis: The purpose of this presentation is to provided IG professionals an overview of the field of Data Analytics. We will outline what data analytics is and how it connects to Information Governance and Record Management processes. We will also outline what a data analytics team looks like have what role the Information Governance professionals play.  .

Topic: Introduction to Information Governance and the IGP Certification Alexander Webb, CRM, IGP, and Kevin Waldrup, CRM

Session Description: This session will cover a high-level overview of Information Governance and how Records Management Professionals can communicate these concepts to their organization. Come hear about building relationships with your stakeholders to foster a holistic approach to managing an organization’s information assets. This session will also touch on the Information Governance Professional (IGP) certification and the requirements for attaining the IGP.

Cyber Aware: Intersects with Information Governance; Jenifer Wierum, CISSP, CAP, CFCP & Donald Ryan, CISSP

Session Description: An interactive panel discussion format, with the focus being on cyber security risks and records management. The session will cover current risks and threats to data (whether on premise or in the cloud), data security best practices, and real-world examples of when things went wrong. Attendees will be invited to participate with any questions they may have.

Creating Relevancy for your RIM & IG Programs Facilitated by Mary Beth Hames, SW region Director and Practicing CRM & IGP Professionals.

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12 Approved ICRM Credits

12 Approved IGP Credits