Tagged: Information governance videos

Special Bonus Video: What’s Your Favorite Records Management Joke?

As you know, we recently published the five central videos from our interview series, “5 Questions About Information Governance in 5 Minutes.” In this series, we asked 30 IG experts a number of definitional and serious questions about IG. Our experts were prepared for that. However, right at the end of the interview, I slipped in one surprise question. Since many of our interviewees have experience with records management, and records management isn’t known as the most light-hearted, spontaneous profession , I thought I would ask, “What’s your favorite records management joke?”

So that’s what I did. I love this video because it shows that this community has a great sense of humor and does not take itself so seriously –  a sure sign of health.

Next week we will be posting full interviews with each interviewee as well. You can also check out the six videos we have published so far on our YouTube channel.

And by the way, if you know any good records management jokes, please send them to me, or add them in the comments.

5 Questions about Information Governance in 5 Minutes: What’s Your Favorite Information Governance Story?

Here is the fifth and final (except for a bonus video coming soon) in our five-part video series where I asked 30 Information Governance the same 5 questions. This video is the longest of the five, as I ask our interviewees to tell us their favorite story about IG –  something that illustrates what it is, why it is hard, challenges they have faced and so on. There are some great stories, so get yourself a fresh cup of coffee and a snack and enjoy.

5 Questions about Information Governance in 5 Minutes: What’s The Best Way to Fail at Information Governance?

Here is the fourth video in our five-part series where I asked 30 Information Governance experts the same question, then produced a 5 minute video of their responses. As you watch the series, it is very interesting to see the common threads that weave through the answers, depending on the role and the type of organization the interviewee comes from.

5 Questions about Information Governance in 5 Minutes: What Are the The Biggest Benefits of IG?

In the third (3 minute) video of our Information Governance video series, we ask 30 IG experts, “What are the biggest benefits of Information Governance?”

Once again, I wanted to think all of my interviewees, who did an amazing job answering these questions under pressure.

  • Janet B. Heins – Director, Collaboration and IG, Biogen Idec (LinkedIn)
  • Stephen Cohen – Records Manager, MetLife (LinkedIn)
  • Randy Moeller – Global Records Management and Governance, Proctor and Gamble (Twitter)
  • Patrick Cunningham, CRM, FAI – Senior Director, Information Governance, Fortune 500 Electronics Manufacturer (Blog)
  • Laurence Hart  – CIO, AIIM International (Blog)
  • Galina Datskovsky – Chair of the Board, ARMA International (LinkedIn)
  • Darren Lee – VP Governance, Proofpoint (LinkedIn)
  • Arlyce J. Vogel, CRM – Corporate Information Management Project Manager, Large Utility (LinkedIn)
  • Robert Smallwood –  Executive Director, E-Records Institute & Partner, IMERGE Consulting (LinkedIn)
  • Tamir Sigal – VP of Marketing, RSD (Twitter)
  • Bassam Zarkout – Chief Technology Officer, RSD (Twitter)
  • Robert F. Williams – President, Cohasset Associates, Inc. (Website)
  • Conni Christensen – Founding Partner, Synercon Management Consulting (Website)
  • Chris Perram, MBA – Owner, Perram Corporation (Website)
  • Amir Jaibaji – VP, Product Management, StoredIQ (LinkedIn)
  • George Dunn – President, Cre8 Independent Consultants (LinkedIn)
  • Tod Chernikoff, CRM (Twitter)
  • James Morganstern – Business Development Executive, Integro (LinkedIn)
  • Stephen Ludlow – Program Manager, E-Discovery and IG Solutions, OpenText (Twitter)
  • Francis Lambert – CEO, Records Technologies (LinkedIn)
  • John Montana – CEO, Montana and Associates (LinkedIn)
  • Craig Rheinhardt – Director, ECM Product Strategy and Market Development, IBM (LinkedIn)
  • Gordon Rapkin – CEO, Archive Systems (LinkedIn)
  • Keith D. Davis, MBA, CRM – RIM Program Office, Fortune 15 Healthcare Company (LinkedIn)
  • Tom Reding, CRM – Principal, Information Governance, EMC (Twitter)
  • Jill Hearn – Principal Product Marketing Manager, EMC SourceOne (LinkedIn)
  • Matt Hillery – CTO, Fontis International (Website)
  • Gordon E.J. Hoke, CRM – Independent IG Consultant (Twitter)
  • Eugene Stakhov – Senior Solution Architect, Lighthouse ECM Group, LLC (LinkedIn)
  • Beth E. Chiaiese – Director of Loss Prevention, Foley & Lardner LLP (Website)
  • Sue Trombley – Director Consulting, Iron Mountain (Blog)