Information Strategy Workshop

Organizational Improvement Through Information Betterment

A Design Focused Organizational Transformation Workshop Through The Lens Of Your Company's Information

Challenge Prioritization

Organizational Information Preparedness

Value Extraction Design

Risk Mitigation Blueprinting

Collaborative Solutions Development

Holistic Information Strategy

I would like to thank you for your energetic, timely and extremely informative presentation on Structuring an Information Governance Program! I’m so glad you provided the Elements of IG Packet with toolkits that I can use when I am putting this into practice at my organization. I am especially thankful there was space to write notes, because I filled all of the pages with valuable information I can use when talking to my Leadership!

Stephanie King, PepsiCo

Workshop Formats

1 Facilitator Format (up to 15 participants):

  • 1 Day Workshop ($5,000*)
  • 4 Day Workshop ($15,000*)

2 Facilitator Format (up to 30 participants):

  • 1 Day Workshop ($8,000*)
  • 4 Day Workshop ($24,000*)

Retreat Format (up to 30 participants):

  • 1 Day Retreat (custom pricing*)
  • 4 Day Retreat (custom pricing*)

Pre-Conference / Post-Conference / Chapter Event Format (up to 20 participants):

  • 2 Hour Workshop ($2,500*)
  • 4 Hour Workshop ($4,000*)

All workshops come with:

  • 40+ Page Workbook 
  • The latest copy of INFOGOVmag for every attendee
  • Information Coalition Professional Membership for 1 year for every attendee
  • Signed Copy of "The Information Profession: A Guide To The INFO Designation" for every attendee (4-day formats only)

* pricing excludes reasonable travel, lodging, and meals.


Nick Inglis

President, Information Coalition
Nick Inglis is President of the Information Coalition, the leading provider of resources and best practices for the information profession, as well as Co-Founder of The Information Governance Conference, the leading conference focused on the discipline of Information Governance. Inglis is the author of the AIIM SharePoint Governance Toolkit and creator of the Information Governance Model. Mr. Inglis is a recipient of the Providence Ambassador Award receiving a citizen citation from Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, and was recently named a Rhode Island "50 on Fire" for his work with both the information profession and his public advocacy.
Inglis has been a contributor to U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! Finance, CMSWire, and others; he is currently the editor-in-chief of INFOGOVmag, a magazine that is published twice annually. In addition to his work with the information profession, Inglis also leads public advocacy campaigns- he worked on ushering a subsidized college proposal through the RI State House - leading to Rhode Island becoming the 4th state in the U.S. to offer free community college to every graduating high school student, and currently is ushering a proposal to establish Net Neutrality at the state level through to legislative passage.
Prior to his Co-Founding and leading the Information Coalition, Mr. Inglis served as the Director of Professional Development at AIIM and was one of the youngest Assistant Vice Presidents in Bank of America's history. Inglis is the Co-Creator of the ARMA Information Governance Professional (IGP) educational course. When not adding to his collection of certificates and certifications (CIP, IGP, ERMm, SharePointM, BPMm, E2.0m, ECMm, IMCP), he is likely spending time with his son, Conor Atom.

Steve Weissman

Principal, Holly Group

Steve Weissman is an expert consultant, trainer, and speaker who specializes in best practices for content management, records management, and business process management. A business-minded expert in technology planning and adoption, he is the Info Gov Guy™, and by leveraging an exceptional ability to pinpoint critical success factors, he helps clients work better and work better together, and get Maximum Total Value from their information and information technologies.

A trusted advisor for more than 20 years, Mr. Weissman is a singular resource for you to tap as you advance your organization’s approach to information strategy (including taxonomy, metadata, governance, and compliance), needs analysis, RFP writing, vendor selection, user adoption, and change management. Depth of knowledge aside, one of the biggest reasons you want to use him is that he’s motivated by the same thing you are: the need and commitment to making the best decisions you can regarding the solutions you choose – for today and for the future.

Mr. Weissman is a big believer in the power of community to foster learning and breed success. A member of the AIIM Company of Fellows and a four-year President of the AIIM New England Chapter, he served nationally on the AIIM Professional Advisory Council and spent five years on the AIIM Conference Committee as a member and as Chair. The creator, face, and voice of the introductory videos for AIIM’s Certified Information Professional designation, he is a CIP himself and is further accredited to prepare candidates for AIIM’s CIP, ECM, BPM, and Taxonomy exams, for which he regularly leads classes.

The Information Governance Conference 2018