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RIM Advice:

Forging Stronger Relationships with IT

Let’s face it; IT gets all the Glory. Records? Unfortunately, many times it’s “Meh; Records? Who are they.” But, it doesn’t have to be that way. In this presentation, Jeffrey Cox, a 30-year IT veteran, who also loves and has worked in Records Management, will give you actionable tools and ideas on how to make IT love RIM, winning over their hearts and making them a true partner.
From Jeffrey’s presentation you will get valuable information including:
  • Walk away with three actionable ideas they can take back and start using in their RIM program immediately
  • Engage with the speaker by bringing some of your own questions

Premium speaker

Jeffrey Cox

Cox is an information technology, business technology and process consultant with high accolades for being an amazing people person– being able to understand the business needs then being able to translate it to the technical people. These amazing conversations have turned into tremendous solutions for clients as well as long-term, valued relationships for close to 30 years.

For over 15 of those years, Cox brought records management into the mix, as a program manager for a RIM Software company and a RIM consultant for a consulting company in the west- always with the goal of using his unique perspective to help clients find a better way.

Cox serves as Software Development and Business Process Mentor and Leader at TriWest Healthcare Alliance.


 Meeting Agenda

11:45 pm           Networking

12:00 pm           Announcements

12:05 pm           Featured presentation

 

Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Lunch: Provided

Cost: $15 for GNO and Baton Rouge ARMA members/ $20 for nonmembers

Location: Barraso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, LLC.

909 Poydras Street, 23rd Floor, New Orleans, LA 70112

Parking: Parking annex, nearby parking lot, and street parking

 

RSVP:  Please RSVP by Monday January 15 if you plan to attend; regrets 24 hours.  Click here to RSVP

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Change Management – The Key to Positive Disruption and Successful Transformation 

Everyone’s writing and talking these days about how digital technologies and new approaches to Information Management/Governance are “Disrupting” and fundamentally “Transforming” the way business is done and how NPOs/public sector organizations function to accomplish their missions. Since change is the only thing that remains a constant, the impetus is to learn how to change, adapt and to lead others where change is necessary. We can be the Agents of Change!



ARMA: Theme of this year’s “ARMALIVE 2017” International Conference: 
“Agents of Change” https://youtu.be/3oANL6EYBeo



Takeaways from the presentation will include:

  • The structure and process parts of change management and how general project management addresses those aspects
  • How to address the people component of change management where more complex methods are used
  • Change management tools for structure changes and tools for process changes
  • Communication tools and what makes them effective in change management
  • Stories where change management has worked well and an unsuccessful project 


Premium speaker 

Chuck Blohowiak​, CPC, ACC

Chuck Blohowiak is a professional coach who specializes in individual level change management for business owners, corporate managers, and corporate executives. 

Chuck’s experience background began with Computer Science and Engineering and continued with research consulting at Virginia Tech University and at the Smithsonian Institute – National Zoo.  His next 20 plus years involved developing people and their organizations first with Lockheed Martin in New Orleans and then with Textron, also in New Orleans.  Along the way Chuck added soft skills development, Design for Six Sigma Black Belt certification, change management, and project management to his background. 

In the late 1990’s Chuck became interested in managerial psychology and, after leaving the corporate world, pursued this interest by becoming a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) with the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and became an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF).

Chuck has a coaching practice centered in the Greater New Orleans Area. In 2018 Chuck is conducting awareness workshops for different leadership competencies. The first two workshops “Leadership Awareness – Emotional Intelligence” and “Leadership Awareness – Dynamic Communications” are scheduled for January, 2018.



Meeting Agenda

11:45 pm           Networking

12:00 pm           Announcements

12:05 pm           Featured presentation

 

Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Lunch: Provided

Cost: $15 for GNO and Baton Rouge ARMA members/ $20 for nonmembers

Location: Barraso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, LLC.

909 Poydras Street, 23rd Floor, New Orleans, LA 70112

Parking: Parking annex, nearby parking lot, and street parking

Online broadcast: This event is also available FREE through a live broadcast through ZOOM teleconferencing. Just RSVP at our link below and the form will ask which way you would like to view the event.


RSVP:  Please RSVP by Monday November 27 if you plan to attend; regrets 24 hours.  Click here to RSVP

Please share this information with others in your office or with an interest in RIM or Information Governance education

 

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