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Speakers: Charles R. Booz, Julia Brickell, and Mike Salvarezza
The RIM paradigms of the past are fast becoming obsolete and unworkable. New perspectives and new approaches are required.
This session is a "Call to Action" - for a complete transformation of the practice of RIM - from regulations and laws to practices and policies.
The session begins by identifying four major changes are redefining how business is conducted:
The emergence of a new generation of workers,
The proliferation of mobile technology,
The explosion of Social Media, and
The rapid advance of new and innovative technological capabilities.
Collectively, these four changes are rapidly and radically changing the world we live and work in. RIM leaders can and should be leading the charge to:
Change the way things are done,
Adjust legal, regulatory, and business expectations to better address new and different technologies, and
Incorporate cultural changes in the way business is conducted.
One approach is to build a prospective Information Governance model that is highly adaptable to changing circumstances and technologies - in order to avoid being trapped by the next paradigmatic fault underlying our basic RIM assumptions.