10:25am – 10:35am
Introductions and Welcome to Country
MC - Andrew Andrews on behalf of the Collaborative Bodies
10:35am – 10.50am
Welcome from IAM Host
Simon Froude Director General NAA
10:50am – 11.30am
Panel Discussion - Digital Transformation and Trusted Information: The future of Information Professionals
Data and information is increasingly managed by technology as the digital transformation gathers pace. This panel will explore the critical issues for organsiations to ensure that information can be trusted and the role of the information professional in the digital age including:
- How is the management of information changing and what are the implications for information professionals across the spectrum of information related activities?
- What do we mean by ‘trusted information’ and why it is critical for organisations?
- What are the core requirements and skills required to effectively build trust in information?
- What skills does the digitally savvy information professional possess and what steps can you take to be ready to meet the demands of the digital age?
Facilitated by Susan Bennett InfoGovANZ
Panellists: SRO SA, Helen Onopko RIMPA SA/NT Branch, James Price
11.30am - 11.50am
NAA Presentation - TBC
11.50am - 12.20pm
World Issues – Trust and impact of industry challenges and concerns
Across the world, Senior Executives and Boardroom Directors are looking at a common set of issues - megatrends that will shape the strategies and operations of Government and business organisations for the next 3-5 years. Key among these is the need for a step-up in corporate culture and social responsibility, to play a positive role in society and build public trust. This has significant implications for the RIM profession, and change is necessary in our professional practice to ensure that the information assets of an organisation are properly managed and utilised, not only for corporate advantage but also for the public good.
Presenter David Fricker Specialist Consultant – Information Management, Compu-Stor
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12.20pm - 12.50pm
Use and Misuse of Information
12.50pm - 1.30pm
1.30pm - 2.00pm
ALIA Presentation - TBC
2.00pm - 2.30pm
DAMA: Role that Empathy plays in delivery of Data Governance
Empathy is an essential element of building trusted relationships with Stakeholders.
He will be discussing what is “Empathy” and what it is not. Session will be interactive
with Audience participation.
Andrew Andrews Vice President DAMA AU
2.30pm - 3.00pm
InfoGovANZ: In Conversation With Ilana Lutman
Ilana Lutman started her career as an archivist at the State Archives and Records, New South Wales and has spent the last 30 years working in global organisations in the US. Currently, Ilana is Manager, Global Records and Information Management at Teva Pharmaceuticals.
In conversation with Ilana and Susan will cover:
• creating a trustworthy career in information governance;
• key skills for the information professional of the future; and
• tips for those at the start of their careers and those looking to upskill.
Ilana Lutman Global Records and Information Management at Teva Pharmaceuticals
3.00pm - 3.30pm
Dr Jenni Caruso will share her account of the State Response to the Tandanya-Adelaide Declaration, touching on the concept of trust in archives from an Indigenous perspective.
Dr Jenni Caruso
3.30pm - 3.50pm
3.50pm - 4.10pm
RIMPA: Trust Your Voice and Be Heard
Raising the profile of information has been an issue many of us have encountered for years, and it is time for the information practitioners to be heard.
Anne Cornish MRIM CEO RIMPA
4.10pm - 5.00pm
Panel Discussion Information Industry Issues – what is needed to continue to gain further trust for future traction as an industry?
Facilitated by Nicola Laurent
Panellists: Susan Bennett, Bonita Kennedy, Andrew Andrews
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5.00pm - 5.05pm
5.05pm - 6.15pm
Relax and discuss the days proceedings with your colleagues over a glass of wine or beer, tasting a delightful canape to prepare for the journey home.