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    ARMA @ Noon Meeting - November 14, 2017

    November 14, 2017
    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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    White & Case
    1155 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, NY 10036
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    Information and Knowledge Strategy (1 hour, 1 credit)

    The focus of Information and Knowledge Strategy is the "what and the we" -- innovative information management and thoughtful collaboration. Done well, these engage the organization and drive business and societal impact. At this meeting, we will unpack what this means for people in the information governance fields:

    1. What does information management encompass? Why is it so hot today in a world enriched (and burdened) with smart products and overexposure?

    2. What is collaboration really, and why is it so hard for the information governance professional? What are some collaboration disciplines that work?

    3. Why did Columbia University invest in this academic area, and what are we teaching today?

    4. What does it look like to straddle information management and collaboration as a professional? What levers do I pull, and what situations should I be in? What types of things can ARMA members do and say today to position ourselves as information management and collaboration leaders?

    Presented by Kate Pugh & Carolina Pincetic

    Kate Pugh, Academic Director of the Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy program at Columbia University.

    Carolina Pincetic, Program Director of the Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy program at Columbia University.

    Kate Pugh is president of AlignConsulting, specializing in business planning and knowledge-based transformation. In addition, she is general editor and co-author of Smarter Innovation: Using Interactive Processes to Drive Better Business Results (Ark Group, 2014) and author of Sharing Hidden Know-How: How Managers Solve Thorny Problems with the Knowledge Jam (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, April 2011). Pugh has 18 years of consulting and seven years of industry experience in the healthcare, energy, information technology, and financial services sectors. She consults and lectures widely, and is a lead benchmarker with the Digital Workplace Group (formerly Intranet Benchmarking Forum).

    Kate’s consulting engagements include Oliver Wyman and PwC Consulting/IBM, and she has held leadership roles with Intel, JPMorgan, and Fidelity. With Larry Prusak, she co-led a research program on knowledge networks for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She has also launched over 20 communities of practice, including Intel’s award-winning Enterprise Architects’ and has designed and launched dozens of social media, document management, and collaboration platforms.

    Kate has written for many publications including the Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review. She holds an M.S./M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management, a B.A. in Economics from Williams College; is a LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt; and holds various certifications.

    Carolina blends academic training in finance, technology and business administration with hands-on experience in domestic, international, and global assignments in strategic financial analysis and project implementation. With 20 years experience in corporate management, Carolina is the Program Director at Columbia University, where  she oversees the program delivery with a clear focus on student, alumni, and faculty (client) satisfaction.  Prior to Columbia, Carolina was a director at Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG), a global communications and advertising holding company.


    Cash will not be accepted at the door.

    Registration includes lunch. If you have specific dietary needs, please contact vpspecialevents@armanyc.org.

    Note: To receive Member pricing, you must log on and register for the event using your ARMAInternational email address. If this is first time logging on to new ARMA Metro NYC website, you must create a new password by clicking "Forgot username/password?" and following the instructions.

    Dress Code: Business Casual Attire


    Partnering and sponsorship opportunities for this and other ARMA Metro NYC events are available. To learn more, contact Cindy Zuvich at vpsponsorship@armanyc.org.


     

    Tickets

    $20.00 Member Ticket

    $20.00 Non-Member Ticket