Lunch and learn – Risk : a key to better records management

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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