Skills Old and New: What it Takes to Become an IG/RIM Professional

November 14, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

East Bank Club
500 N. Kingsbury
Chicago, IL

With the concept of IG taking hold in organizations, how do you position yourself as a key IG player? What new skills are required, and what old skills can you leverage? Once you achieve a new IG role how will you stay? To succeed in the IG space, new skills are required. Learn what others have done to boost their careers along the IG domain.

About our Speaker: Andrew Ysasi, MS, CRM, FIP, CIPM, CIPP, CISM, PMP, IGP 

Andrew is a respected executive who achieved senior roles using a proven business and technology acumen amassed over a 20-year career. Since 2007 he has provided senior leadership, led complex multimillion-dollar projects, and consulted with small local and multibillion-dollar companies at Kent Record Management, Inc. in Michigan. Throughout his career, he has conducted scores of presentations on leadership, information governance, records management, cloud computing, business development, privacy, security, project management, and career planning. Recently, Andrew has conducted some short, content-rich, and entertaining Pecha Kucha and Ignite presentations at national ARMA and PRISM conferences. Two of the presentations Andrew conducted at the ARMA International 2016 conference were ranked in the top 3 of 65 of presentations at the conference. 

In addition to his role at Kent Records, he is a former adjunct professor at Davenport University and taught global project management and the technology capstone courses. He is the founder of the career coaching company Admovio, where his resume review work and career advice is published on CIO.com. He founded myPACT that will enable individuals to showcase themselves to employers in a modern way and will be launching in 2017. He has served as a volunteer test writer on the Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM) Exam Development Committee (EDC) since 2012, and he is the Regent for the EDC for the 2017-2019 term. Andrew was also elected to the PRISM International Board of Directors through 2019. Further, he has served on local ARMA boards throughout his career and was Western Michigan ARMA’s chapter member of the year in 2013. 

Andrew is a Certified Records Manager (CRM), Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Project Management Professional (PMP), was part of the inaugural group to achieve the Information Governance Professional (IGP) certification, and holds various certifications from Microsoft and CompTIA. Andrew has a Master of Science in Administration with a concentration in Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

 

Meeting & lunch fee:

$35 for ARMA members
$45 for non-members

Dial-in only fee

(see pages below for details):

$10 for ARMA members

$20 for non-members


 

Can’t leave the office for our meeting? Not a problem!

We all know the benefits of attending live meetings, participating with the audience and networking with our colleagues. Sometimes, we aren’t able to leave our offices but still would enjoy the educational opportunities that ARMA Chicago provides. We have listened! 

ARMA Chicago now offers two ways to attend monthly chapter meetings. In addition to our fantastic monthly speaker presentations and networking lunches, ARMA Chicago offers ability to stream presentation content from the comfort of an office, a hotel room, a couch or anywhere with an internet connection. Using CitrixGoToMeetings™, ARMA members will pay just $10 to watch and listen to monthly chapter presentations in real time (non-members pay $20). Online attendees can even ask questions of the speaker. In fact, ARMA Chicago is the first chapter in all of ARMA International to offer this meeting delivery method.

 

 

 

 

How It Works

1.      RSVP for a chapter meeting like usual, via armaadmin@armachicago.org.

2.      Specify you’ll be attending the meeting online.

3.      Pay your fee: $10 for ARMA members; $20 for non-members (via PayPal™ or invoice).

4.      The Friday before the meeting, ARMA Chicago will email you a link to thewebinar. Follow the instructions in the email to register for the meeting.

5.      Log into the Webinar at least ten minutes before the start of the meeting.

6.      Grab a cup of coffee and join the meeting, ask questions and reap the benefits of our educational offerings!

Ready to Stream?

Contact Kathy Daloia at armaadmin@armachicago.org to Register!

Frequently Asked Questions

What prompted ARMA Chicago to offer streaming meetings?

For years, some of our valued members have shared frustrations about wanting to attend chapter meetings, but being unable to leave the office. In order to ensure our chapter constituency has the highest level of access to meeting content, the Board of Directors unanimously voted to invest in this type of project. Although you will not have the same experience as a live audience, you will be able to “attend” the presentation, go through the educational content and even ask questions.

Will the meetings be “Recorded” or “On Demand?”

No. Those who choose to pay to attend the meetings online will not have the option to view the videos on demand. Content presented in the online meetings will be in real-time, and not recorded.

What if my computer does not behave?

When you sign up for the online meeting, the chapter administrator will provide a link to the webinar. During the sign-up process for the webinar, GoToMeetings™ will provide a list of standard system operating requirements. Please ensure your computer meets those standard system operating requirements before attempting to view the webinar. ARMA Chicago is unfortunately not able to remote troubleshoot or fix any chapter member or guest computer systems. Individual concerns can be directed to the Board of Directors at armaadmin@armachicago.org.

Will the online format be available for all meetings?

With the exception of the winter and end-of-year banquets and the spring seminar, it is our hope all meetings will be available in the in-person and online format. Unless unforeseen circumstances arise, we anticipate offering the online option for all regular chapter meetings beginning November 11, 2014.

Can I register at the last minute?

To ensure each registered online chapter member receives proper links and login credentials, the deadline for registration for the online format is 5PM on the Friday prior to the chapter meeting.

My schedule suddenly changed! Can I switch from an in-person registration to an online registration?

Once a reservation has been made for a particular format (in-person or online), you cannot switch between format. We appreciate your help and understanding with this policy.

Can I ask questions of the speaker?

Absolutely! Simply type your question in the GoToMeetings chat window and the moderator will ask your question at the end of the presentation.

 

 

Tickets

$35.00 ARMA Members

$45.00 Non-Member Ticket

$10.00 Dial-in only Fees for ARMA Members

$20.00 Dial-in only Fees for non-members