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AIIM Conference 2016 - Where to begin? Establishing a Global ECM Program at a Fortune 500 company

This presentation will explore how Cummins responded to a Records Information Management Internal Audit and how they were able to establish an ECM Program that includes a strategic ECM roadmap, governance plan, audit response, and domain capability model.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Implementing Automated Retention at the European Central Bank

The European Central Bank is in the process of implementing automated retention in its electronic document and records management system. Get an inside look at how the European Central Bank will roll this project out from the preparatory phase through project completion and the important lessons that have been learned so far. Learn the milestones and metrics for success in completing a project of this scope.

AIIM Conference 2016 - What Lessons Can We Learn About Online Collaboration From Office Furniture Giant, Steelcase, Inc.

As part of Steelcase’s internal growth they quickly realized that ensuring they attract the best talent meant rethinking the way they worked and collaborated. Insisting teams physically co-located was limiting, so rethinking this requirement allowed Steelcase to set off on an online collaboration journey.  Danielle Galmore is the Director of New Business Innovation for Steelcase, Inc,  she will share some of the lessons learnt along the way; both in terms of challenges and successes; the many tools they embraced to achieve this; and where they are now in this journey.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Information Management is Hard. Guess What? Your Customers Don't Care

The consumerization of IT. The nexus of forces. The SMAC stack. Whatever you call it, the industry of information management is at a cross-roads. The technology available in our personal lives, like mobile and cloud, has fundamentally changed the expectations of our customers and employees. It’s not okay anymore to wait for information. So, how do we do it? Connecting your systems. Providing instant information. Staying agile.

AIIM Conference 2016 - The Last Mile in Information Management

There’s a disconnect in information management. It’s called the “last mile.” Stakeholders in information management seek to deliver greater value by ascribing records management policy to stored data. If accurate, defensible records policy could systematically be applied to data, the industry could pave the way to automated defensible destruction. Learn as Matt Hillery, digital policy expert at Iron Mountain, explains how the advent of modern policy management software and abundant, low-cost web services establishes the business case for making data smarter and more compliant than ever. Hear what steps you can take to close the last mile in information management in your own organization.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Change Management: Lessons Learnt in a Global Engineering and Production Company

MAN Diesel & Turbo SE is a global engineering and production company with Approx. 15000 employees in 150 countries who work with a great variety of systems. Ines Kaps manages a project to implement an underlying, invisible system connector that enables the breakdown of information silos. The discussion will give insights on the change management and user adoption approach that lead to a high user satisfaction. Bottlenecks within departments are being improved bottom up by user ideas.

AIIM Conference 2016 - A Look Behind the Curtain: The State of the Industry

Hear AIIM's Vice President Bob Larrivee as he gives his analysis of the AIIM State of the Industry Report. Where does your organization stack up?

AIIM Conference 2016 - Success Through Pragmatism: Moving from Hell to Purgatory is a Win

You have to start SOMEWHERE. This session will provide specific examples of how Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) moved its Information Governance program forward by using pragmatism, setting realistic expectations, and remaining flexible in the face of shifting corporate priorities. The discussion will focus on the land-and-expand approach: Idea - Design - Sell - Execute - Repeat. By making consistent, measurable progress; successes will build on themselves resulting in a robust Information Governance program.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Don't Talk to Me About Content Management

I want to talk about results! The ECM landscape has changed. Content Management can now be a foundation for the digitization of the Enterprise and for Government - and in doing so, must now support two very different use cases: making business processes fully digital and integrated, and supporting the simple and intuitive file access and collaboration digital natives expect. Implementations that support these use cases not only result in high adoption and increased productivity, but also make Information Governance simpler and more effective.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Don't Make Us Think: Getting SharePoint to be Useful, Usable, and Used

SharePoint is infamous for being unuseful, unusable, and unused. The fault is not often in the technology, rather it is a failure to adequately plan and execute practical business solutions that causes SharePoint projects to flounder. In this session, we will explore how to make a SharePoint implementation successful through simple information architecture and governance.
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