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Top Trends Shaping the Records and Information Management Market

Thursday November 30th 2017 from 8h30 to 10h30

generously sponsored by OpenText

2017 represents the 8th year that Forrester Research and ARMA International have collaborated on joint research. This session will highlight many of the key findings from this recent survey data. Led by industry analyst, Cheryl McKinnon, particular attention will be paid to Canadian tech spending trends, and issues unique to government. Understand how cloud, intelligent content services, and automation will shape IM/IT teams into the future.

*** Note: Conference will be given in English ***

Cheryl McKinnon is a principal analyst serving enterprise architecture professionals; she helps them support their firm’s need for content and collaboration technology capabilities in the age of the customer. Cheryl delivers research and advisory services in areas including enterprise content management (ECM), content archiving, enterprise file sync and share, document-centric collaboration, life-cycle management, information governance, and file analytics.

Before joining Forrester, Cheryl ran an independent consulting firm, serving both private- and public-sector clients. Cheryl has served as vice president of marketing for industry association AIIM, was chief marketing officer of Nuxeo, and held senior management roles with OpenText and Hummingbird.

Cheryl frequently presents at events such as conferences, seminars, and webinars. She is a longtime member of AIIM and ARMA, and has served on their association conference and standards committees. Cheryl has been a guest contributor to a variety of industry publications and has been quoted in TechCrunch, TechTarget, Bloomberg, Reuters, KMWorld, and CMSWire, among others.

Cheryl has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Winnipeg, an MA in history from Carleton University, and has completed coursework toward a Ph.D. in history at the University of Ottawa, though she remains (regrettably) “ABD.”

Marriot Courtyard
Salle Jackie Robinson
380, boul. René-Lévesque O., Montreal, QC
H2Z 0A6

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Innovation  - the core of the information lifecycle

Registration is open!

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The AAQ, the Réseau des services d’archives du Québec (RAQ) and ARMA Montréal are pleased to announce that registration is open for Innovation – the core of the information lifecycle!

 

On November 3rd, join us at the Hotel des Gouverneurs in Trois-Rivières to discuss the current and upcoming challenges and opportunities facing our profession: digital preservation, virtualization, electronic signatures, and the cloud. We are proud to have leaders in our domain as well as adjacent ones bringing their experience and fresh ideas to bear on these and other pressing topics.

Additionally, we will welcome the annual general assembly of the RAQ, celebrate the launch of the special 50th anniversary edition of the Cap-aux-diamants magazine, enjoy a plenary discussion session on the conference presentations and top it all off with a networking cocktail hour.

While the full program will be published in the weeks to follow, we are excited to reveal our keynote speaker, M. Gilles Brassard, a quantum computer cryptologist. Don’t miss this world-renowned scientist on the technological innovations poised to shift our professional paradigms!

To register, visit the AAQ website : https://archivistes.qc.ca/produit/inscription-colloque-50-ans/

L’innovation au cœur du cycle de vie

Appel à communications

Hôtel Gouverneur de Trois-Rivières  -  3 novembre 2017

Dans le cadre du 50e anniversaire de l’Association des archivistes du Québec,  l’AAQ, en collaboration avec le Réseau des services d’archives du Québec (RAQ) et ARMA Montréal vous convient à leur colloque « L’innovation au cœur du cycle de vie ». Nous souhaitons ainsi mettre en commun la vision des différentes associations et de leurs membres. (Veuillez prendre note que le RAQ tiendra par la même occasion son Assemblée générale annuelle à l’heure du dîner.)

Présentation de la thématique du colloque

Le numérique prend, depuis plusieurs années maintenant, une place grandissante dans notre réalité de travail. Préservation numérique, dématérialisation, signature électronique, infonuagique, réseaux sociaux : les besoins sont de plus en plus nombreux et les pistes pour les apprivoiser semblent encore parfois peu défrichées. En filigrane à tout cela, le principe de cycle de vie du document demeure, évolue également

Quatre grandes avenues nous intéresseront plus particulièrement lors de notre colloque, qui s’inscrit dans le cadre des célébrations du 50e anniversaire de l’Association des Archivistes du Québec :

  • Documents et dématérialisation (dématérialisation, éditique, gestion documentaire, archivage, confiance numérique, transmission orale)
  • Documents et Contenu (ou Content) (gestion de contenu, contenu multimédia, applications web)
  • Documents et Social (collaboratif, réseaux sociaux d’entreprise, intelligence artificielle)
  • Documents et Gouvernance (gouvernance de l’information, des données, de projet)

Vous êtes ainsi invités à partager vos réflexions et expériences touchant à ces facettes mouvantes de notre métier.

Échéancier

 7 février 2017 Lancement de l’appel à communication
 7 avril 2017 Date limite de réception des propositions de communications
 1er mai 2017 Réponse du Comité de programme aux auteurs
31 mai 2017 Publication du programme préliminaire (début des inscriptions)
29 septembre 2017 Envoi des présentations et communications

 

Critères techniques de soumission des communications

Nous vous invitons à soumettre vos propositions de communication selon le format ci-dessous, d’ici le 7 avril 2017.

Les propositions devront être envoyées à Anne Dumont (anne.dumont@archivistes.qc.ca) et

Manon Dufresne (fresne.ebeniste@gmail.com) du Comité organisateur du Colloque du 50e de l’AAQ avec les informations suivantes :

  • Type de communication

Conférence (30 ou 60 minutes)
Présentation de 20 à 45 minutes, suivie d’une période de questions.

Table ronde (1 heure)
Présentations ou retours d’expériences de 10 minutes chacune, par 3 ou 4 panelistes, suivies d’une période de discussions et questions.

  • Titre
  • Auteur(s) : Prénom, NOM, (Organisme, Ville, Pays, coordonnées complètes, etc.)
  • Soumission (400 mots maximum) : Résumé de la communication proposée.
  • Présentation biographique (150 mots maximum) avec une photo libre de droits

How can Agile enable Enterprise Content Management projects?

Thursday December 1st, 2016, 12:00-1:30pm POSTPONED

KPMG
600, de Maisonneuve Blvd West
15th Floor
H3A 0A3, Montréal
McGill Metro Station

An Agile approach is increasingly a business requirement for more and more projects, and not just IT projects. However, Agile project approaches and methodologies are frequently introduced in a conflicting way. This lunch and learn will position Agile in the context of other project management approaches, explore its foundational principles, illustrate how Agile could be the right choice for enterprise content management (ECM) projects, and provide some recommendations for getting started with Agile in ECM. The presentation will include a summary illustration of how the Agile SCRUM methodology can be used for an ECM project.

Pierre Jr Beaudry, PMP, is a certified Scrum Master with over 15 years of experience in project management. He has been responsible over the course of his career for projects ranging from enterprise content management (ECM) to application development to infrastructure installation to system integration, many of which were strategic and business-critical. His deep experience in both technology and management has enabled him to successfully lead large scale, multi-stakeholder, multidisciplinary and multi-vendor projects from feasibility to delivery. In addition to providing project management skills to key clients, Mr. Beaudry also manages the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Centre of Excellence at Larochelle GC and is senior director of its team of ECM consultants.

Open data: What’s in it for Business? [in French]

Nathalie Rembeaux-Lauret, Banque de développement du Canada

Wednesday, January 27 2016, 12h-13h30
Postponed – details to follow

KPMG
600, boul. De Maisonneuve Ouest
15e étage
H3A 0A3 Montréal
Métro McGill

Démonstration d’un parallèle entre «l’ouverture» des données et le rôle d’un «record manager» tant d’un point de vue conformité, juridique, préservation de la propriété intellectuelle que de la gestion de l’information dite « propriétaire » ou fermée.

Nathalie Rembeaux-Lauret est architecte d’information au sein de la Banque de Développement du Canada (BDC). Elle possède plus de 25 ans d’expérience en gestion de données et intelligence d’affaires. Nathalie est titulaire d’une Maîtrise en Technologies d’Information – Spécialité Information. Fascinée par l’information sous toutes ses formes et l’innovation, Nathalie se passionne pour les données massives et les données ouvertes ainsi que leur utilisation dans les systèmes cognitifs.

Risk : a key to better records management

Monday, November 23rd, 2015, 12:00-1:30pm

KPMG
600, de Maisonneuve Blvd West
15th Floor
H3A 0A3,  Montréal
McGill Metro Station

As record and information professionals we are always required to deliver stronger, better, more compliant programs with fewer staff and resources. Different organizations achieve this in different ways. At Bell, this is being achieved through risk assessment. Dylan and Peggy will discuss the approach that was taken, and how Bell and Iron Mountain partnered to develop and deliver a risk assessment to key areas of the organization.

This event will take place in French.

Margaret Ferguson has worked in information management through three careers (in publishing, psychiatry, and the public service). For the past decade she has specialized in enterprise content management (ECM) design, architecture, and roll-out in the public and private sectors. Currently she is providing professional services in ECM configuration, roll-out, and onboarding, knowledge and information risk management and governance, and end-user training and e-learning development as senior consultant with MindShare at Public Works and Government Services Canada.

Dylan Spevack-Willcock received his MLIS from McGill University in 2008. He spent a few years working at ICBC in British Columbia, where he led Records Management and process improvement initiatives, including assessing risks related to the records management program. In 2011 he returned home to fill his current role with Bell Canada, building their records management program and implementing policies, processes and technologies to ensure effective management of corporate records. He has also worked with ARMA International on the revision or creation of a number of standards and technical reports. Since September 2015, Dylan has been working with Bell Canada where he works within the domain of risk assessment for the company’s suppliers.

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Key Trends and Challenges Facing the Information Management Profession: 2014 ARMA International and Forrester Research Survey Report

 Thursday October 22 2015, 12-1:30pm

ARMA International has collaborated with Forrester Research over the last six years to track the trends, challenges, and evolution of records management and information governance. This session, with a focus on Canadian data, will highlight some of the key findings of the survey and help RIM professionals benchmark against their global peers. Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Cheryl McKinnon, will present the survey findings and discuss where Forrester sees Records and Information Management heading in 2016 and beyond.

*** Note: Conference will be given in English ***

Cheryl McKinnon is a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research serving the needs of Enterprise Architects. Her coverage areas include: enterprise content management, records management, archiving, information governance, and eDiscovery.   Before joining Forrester, Cheryl ran an independent consulting firm, serving both private and public sector clients. Cheryl has previously served as VP of Marketing for AIIM, Chief Marketing Officer of Nuxeo, and has held senior management roles with OpenText and Hummingbird. Cheryl has frequently presents at conferences, seminars and webinars. She is a longtime member of industry associations AIIM and ARMA and has served on association conference and standards committees. In 2013 she was named Member of the Year by the National Capital Region chapter. Cheryl has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Winnipeg, a Master’s degree from Carleton University and has completed coursework towards a PhD at the University of Ottawa, though she remains (regrettably) “ABD”.

KPMG
600, boul. De Maisonneuve West
15th floor
Montréal, Québec H3A 0A3
Canada

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The AAQ/ARMA Montréal conference on Digitization was a great success! 60 people were in attendance and the feedback was incredibly positive.


(From left to right) Stéphane Bourbonnière (ARMA Montréal), Catherine Nadeau (ARMA Montréal), Noura Elmobayed-Langevin (AAQ Montréal), Vanie Prud’homme (AAQ Montréal), Sébastien Bernier (conférencier, Trigonix), André Gareau (conférencier, UQÀM), Patrick Beauchemin (conférencier, Trigonix)

Lunch and Learn: Interview success! For internal and external applicants.

Update: The lunch and learn has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Tuesday, April 29 2014 from 12:00 to 1:00

KPMG
600, boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, 15e étage
Montréal, Qc H3A 0A3
(métro McGill)

**Session will take place in French**

ARMA Montréal est heureuse de vous inviter à ce dîner conférence qui vous permettra de découvrir des outils et des astuces pour vous faire valoir tant en contexte d’entrevue pour l’obtention d’un emploi qu’à l’interne auprès des dirigeants et de la haute direction pour bien présenter vos projets de gestion de l’information et obtenir l’approbation ou le budget nécessaire à leur avancement.

Nous explorerons l’ABC d’une entrevue ainsi que les trucs et astuces pour démontrer ses compétences professionnelles, bien se vendre ainsi que bien vendre ses projets et idées. De plus, nous aborderons ce qu’est l’image de marque personnelle afin d’exploiter votre plein potentiel et accéder à des postes d’influence au sein de votre entreprise.

Madame Anick Desautels est Codirectrice ressources humaines chez EY (Ernst & Young) pour l’Est du Canada depuis 2011. À titre de généraliste, elle voit à l’implantation des stratégies et à l’application des processus RH pour son marché. Elle a œuvré près de 10 ans dans un rôle similaire auprès du Collège des Médecins du Québec. Elle détient un bac en relations industrielles et une maîtrise en administration des affaires. Sa passion, les gens !

Le prix de la conférence en salle inclus un lunch de type buffet froid.

 

For immediate release
Press Release

Registration for the 43rd Annual AAQ Conference is now open

Laval, 12 March, 2014 – The organizing committee of the 43rd Annual Conference of the Association des archivistes du Québec would like to officially announce the opening of the registration period. The preliminary conference program is now available online as the following address:
http://www.archivistes.qc.ca/congres-14/congres-2014

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