September Meeting: Thursday 9/20/18, 11:30AM-1:30PM
Conducting Large Scale Records Inventory: Applying Lessons Learned
What does it take to conduct a successful inventory of the records of an organization of over 7,000 full-time staff and contractors? This case study examines the process of conducting a records inventory using lessons learned and actual results from a large government office with limited resources. It explores the requirements, planning process, tools used, training and communications, and implementation of the various project stages so you can apply these good practices to your own organization.
About the Speaker
Tod Chernikoff, CRM, IGP, CIP, has over twenty years of experience providing records and information management and information governance services to organizations and clients. He has served ARMA International in positions at the local, regional and international levels including as a member of the ARMA International Board of Directors. He received the ICRM's 2014 Alan Andolsen Award in recognition of outstanding CRM Mentorship.