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Business-First Success in Information Management (Ottawa) - Afternoon Seminar

AIIM First Canadian Chapter

Thursday, 29 May 2014 from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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AIIM First Canadian Chapter in Ottawa-Gatineau is pleased to host a presentation by Céline Beauregard and Sharon Henhoeffer.

Do you need to design and implement an information management program and system for your organization that will succeed? It can be difficult to know where to start when there are so many groups with apparently competing interests, resources and objectives. In many organizations, there is a divide between the technical specialists (Information Technology, Records Management, Library, etc.) and the business departments they support. The divide is caused partially by differences in job focus, but also by differences in how they think and communicate with each other.

This presentation will offer alternative approaches to avoid this common challenge.

Using a "business-first" focus, our two presenters will describe how to place the IM team in the role of enabler to the organization's strategic objectives. With IM acting as the bridge between the technical and business areas of your organization, you will ensure that the IM program and supporting systems work for these business groups. Adoption of the new program will be enthusiastically welcomed and encouraged by the management and staff who are meant to use it, because they can (finally) see the benefits of strategic and timely information sharing.

In this presentation, real examples and anecdotes will be used from the speakers' practical experience working in federal government departments, including the Canada School of Public Service, Canadian Heritage, Public Safety, Privy Council Office and Justice Canada . The perceptions of how these groups view each other will be explored, including differences in thinking and communication styles, and how these gaps can be bridged in order to achieve complete adoption and an on-going evolution of information services management in the future.

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Registration: 1:30 - 2:00 p.m.

Seminar: 2:00 –3:30 p.m.

Networking: 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. 

DRESS CODE: Business casual 

 

PANEL SPEAKERS

Céline Beauregard,BA, BSS, MIM (Dalhousie) - Director, Information and Library Management, Canada School of Public Service

Céline's private and public sector background and experience in the hospitality industry, sales, marketing, conflict management, training, coaching, service delivery and Information Management has given her a unique perspective in working with and managing corporate information as an important source of business intelligence.

Celine has a Master’s degree in Information Management, and has developed skills as an effective communicator in facilitating organizational change through client engagement at all levels. She is an Information professional who facilitates relationship management as a key to successful IM.

She understands that effective management, dissemination, and curation of information requires the knowledge and support of records, technology, information and business resources, and works to create hybrid Enterprise Content Management teams.

Céline focuses on and listens to the business clients ensuring they benefit directly from strong information management practices, continuous improvement of IM systems and processes and by providing on-going communications, training, and coaching.

Understanding that Business is the star of the show, Céline ensures that Information, Records and Technology Management are ready and able to provide strong information support services.

Sharon Henhoeffer - President and Executive Advisor at On Second Thought Advisory

On Second Thought Advisory is committed to creating an information-centric government workplace. We collaborate with innovative leaders in program and policy areas to leverage their information assets towards improved efficiency and effectiveness. We coach CIOs and IM teams in adopting business-first and digital approaches to managing information. We are the only Canadian consultancy whose offerings attend equally to the three realms of information management: creation, curation and compliance.

 

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When & Where


Constitution Square
350 Albert Street
Confederation Room, 2nd Floor
Ottawa, ON
Canada

Thursday, 29 May 2014 from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)


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AIIM First Canadian Chapter

For further questions, please contact

Winnie Tsang, President

416-360-8863 x4023

winnie.tsang@teranet.ca

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