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Information Governance - Information Coalition

Interview: Sharon Keck interviewed by Nick Inglis


Sharon Keck recently made the move from working in house at a major law firm to consulting. Information Coalition President, Nick Inglis, took the time to interview her so that we can all benefit from her insights. Afterwards, the panel of experts, Steve Weissman, Richard Hogg, Sandra Serkes, David Horrigan, and Jim Merrifield continue the conversation.

Real World #InfoGov Journeys (Case Studies) - Susan Whitmire, Richard Hogg (#InfoGov16)

This video is open to all because of the generous support of IBM.


Who’s really doing InfoGov? & Do organization ever realize any benefits from an Information Governance program?

This session will cover:

  • On-Ramps for InfoGov and the Journey
  • Measuring InfoGov Benefits and Results
  • How two organizations realized the benefits of an IG program

Information governance is a journey not a sprint. To get to governance, you will need a methodical and proven approach to bring together stakeholders from the business, IT, RIM, Privacy and Legal.

Steve Weissman: Breaking Good - Assessments As #InfoGov Gateway Drugs


Join Steve Weissman for a concise presentation on how to leverage assessments as a way forward into Information Governance using the popular television show, Breaking Bad, as a framework, then Steve brings the discussion to the panel of Sandra Serkes, Richard Hogg, David Horrigan, and Jim Merrifield.

The Information Governance Conference 2016 Rewind (#InfoGov16 Rewind)


Join hosts Nick Inglis and Jim Merrifield for a rewind of our #InfoGov16 Rewind event featuring sessions from Linn Freedman, Phil Eil, Kevin Parker, Laurence Hart, Russell Stalters, Cheryl McKinnon, Dennis Garcia, Laurie Fischer, Ann Gorr, Seth Maislin, and a special update on our #InfoBOK efforts.