2018-2019 Program Schedule
Wednesday, November 14, 2018:Open Records Legislation – with Brian Black, Civil Beat Law Center for the Public Interest Accountability, integrity, compliance, availability, and transparency….these are just a few of the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles that all ARMA members must uphold and promote throughout their careers, in order to serve the needs of their organizations and the public. Join us as we speak with Brian Black about the timely issue of open records legislation, and how emerging trends and regulations can affect the responsibilities of RIM professionals.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018: Maximize Balance – Avoid Burnout with Beth Terry, CSP What is your sanity worth to you? Are you sacrificing sleep and health to “get ahead?” What good is getting ahead if you aren’t healthy enough to enjoy it? It’s time to get yourself back into balance! Join us and let’s talk about working smarter and avoiding burning yourself out.
Please join us on: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 @ 5:30 pm Bakery & Table 938 Piikoi Street (corner of Piikoi and S. King Streets) [button
Featuring Mr. , Esq., President, Kahn Consulting – www.KahnConsultingInc.com In a “trifecta” presentation, Mr. Kahn will address three major topics in contemporary Information Governance: Information Management
March 14, 2018 –Future state of Records and Information Management…From the rear-view mirror, where we are, and looking forward down the path. The session will
September 12, 2018: Block-chain Applications for Information Management Speaker: Lim Lipyeow (University of Hawai`i) FHB Po’okela Wednesday, September 12, 2018 [wpeevent id=901]