After an extended break, ARMA NCR Ottawa Monthly Information Sessions are back! As always, we're here to learn and connect with fellow information professionals.
Our December session will be hosted at the NAV CANADA head office (151 Slater Street), but you will also be able to attend virtually.

Please register for the event (for either in person attendance or through MS Teams) through our Eventbrite link:
ARMA NCR - December Information Session Tickets, Wed, Dec 14, 2022 at 9:30 AM | Eventbrite
What to expect:
9:30-10:30am: Light refreshments and catch up or connect with your fellow members (in-person attendance only)
10:30-11:30am: Presentation, questions and wrap-up
This session's topic is:
Time May Change Technology, But it Will Never Change Our Responsibilities: Tangibly Operationalizing Information Governance to Reduce Information Risk
While the technologies that store information advance and change, responsibilities and requirements of information management stay the same. This session focusses on concrete examples, tools and strategies for how to operationalize fundamentals of information governance in an increasingly complicated decentralized digital world. These tools and strategies will outline how to mitigate information risk when designing and enabling Cloud portals, robotic process automation and optimizing the evolving virtual work environments. The presenters will highlight outcomes from key initiatives while working for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Concepts will include designing and implementing requirements for advanced technological tools and interactive work with audience members to complete a basic checklist they can take home and use in their own organizations.
Speaker Bios:

Meagan Collins, MLIS

Meagan is a Team Lead in Digital Strategy with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. She is the current President of ARMA National Capital Region Chapter. Meagan works as an adviser and supports her organization on advanced information management technologies Access to Information, eDiscovery and litigation support. When Meagan is not working in digital strategy she can be found at the gym or with her dog Freya paddle boarding down the Ottawa River.

Debra Power, Prosci Certified Change Practitioner

Debra is an engaging speaker known for her honest, entertaining and well-informed assessments of the challenges in the current Information Management environment. Ms. Power has been providing clients with business and Information Management solutions for twenty five years. She is highly respected for her strategic approach to addressing today’s Information Management transformation requirements.

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