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Information Governance Online Symposium 2.0- RIM 101: Strategy, Collaboration and Measurement
This classroom will provide guidance for IT leaders who need to streamline requirements and simplify design, implementation, and operations of systems that enable management of business records. It suggests a practical path to simplification by better utilizing proven industry practices in records and information management to:
• Shape a more streamlined, cross-silo approach to the business need
• Get ahead of business user requirements and reach a more stable IT solution design point
SpeakersJason C. Stearns digital information expert, founder, New York Life Insurance Co. Stephanie McCuctheon manager of records and information management, SM Energy (a Denver, Col.-based oil and gas company)
Stephanie McCutcheon has been a RIM professional for 12 years and a CRM since 2005. She earned a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Denver in 2007, concentrating in Knowledge Management. Stephanie has experience in the manufacturing, financial services, and electricity industries; with expertise in information lifecycle management, enterprise content management, and information protection. She has been president of the Denver and Indianapolis chapters of ARMA; and was on ARMA International’s Higher Education Task Force. Currently, she is the Manager of RIM at SM Energy, an oil and gas company in Denver, Colorado.Brian Barnier principal analyst and advisor, ValueBridge Advisors
Brian Barnier, principal analyst and advisor, ValueBridge Advisors, and Fellow of OCEG analyzes “what works,” advising boards and management on performance, risk, and oversight. He teaches continuing education for risk, finance, legal, IT, and audit professionals. Barnier has penned more than 100 articles, been quoted widely, contributed to Risk Management in Finance (Wiley, San Francisco, 2009), and authored The Operational Risk Handbook for Financial Companies (Harriman House, London, 2011). He has also served on multiple professional guidance committees.