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Presentations

Culture Club: The Strategic Impact of Culture on the Mission of HR

Presented By: 
John Rhoades
First presented in: 
May 2010

In this session, John Rhoades discusses typical components of corporate culture, identifies existing cultural elements within organizations, and incorporates cultural considerations into strategic HR planning.

When It Comes to Implementing a Records Retention Schedule, Less is More

Presented By: 
Linda Baldwin, Susan d'Herbes
First presented in: 
April 2010

In this presentation, Susan d'Herbes and Linda Baldwin explore the application of proven techniques to reduce the number of record series in an organization's retention schedule and identify ways to convert event-driven retention triggers into something more manageable.  They also discuss their first-hand experiences of a global firm that deployed the schedule with and without an ECRMS solution.

E-Discovery and Beyond: Planning, Policy, and Process

Presented By: 
Brian Foster
First presented in: 
April 2010

Follow Brian Foster as he dissects the steps involved in a matter of e-discovery: conducting a litigation readiness assessment, creating a litigation response team, developing an ESI data map, creating preservation processes, and understanding the risk of legacy media.

Talking to IT

Presented By: 
Ellen Peneguy, Glenn Frederickson
First presented in: 
September 2009

Information Management and Information Technology often overlap in today’s business environments. Effective communication is key to success. Glenn Frederickson and Ellen Peneguy, Access Sciences team members, recently presented on this topic to a local ARMA chapter. Here you can download some materials used for this presentation.

Managing Legacy Records

Presented By: 
Kathy Jordan
First presented in: 
April 2009

Kathy Jordan guides the audience in a discussion on managing legacy records.  She instructs the audience to list the pitfalls commonly associated with managing physical records across multiple repositories, describe techniques for sampling volumes of physical records, define processes for conducting an efficient inventory of their physical records, and identify organizational challenges associated with shifting from physical records to electronic records.

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