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This presentation was delivered to the ARMA Mile Hi Denver chapter in Denver, CO on April 24, 2018. It outlined an updated approach to professional development for information professionals. Formatting and themes were removed so the slides are plain.

This presentation was delivered to the ARMA Mile Hi Denver chapter in Denver, CO on April 24, 2018. It outlined an updated approach to professional development for information professionals. Formatting and themes were removed so the slides are plain.

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20180424 ARMA MHD Wilkins on Prof Dev.pptx

  1. 1. Position Yourself as a Business Enabler: Professional Development for the Information Professional Jesse Wilkins, CIP, IGP, CRM, CEDS, CIPP/US Director, Professional Development AIIM April 24, 2018
  2. 2. About AIIM
  3. 3. AIIM CTA
  4. 4. Agenda • What Information Professionals Need to Know • Different Paths to Professional Development • Your Professional Development Plan
  5. 5. What Information Professionals Need to Know
  6. 6. In the Beginning…. Source: IMBOK, University of the Western Cape, SA, 2004
  7. 7. An Early Contender
  8. 8. MIKE2 As a Body of Knowledge Source: MIKE2
  9. 9. So Many Bodies of Knowledge Source: http://www.iginitiative.com
  10. 10. Even More Bodies of Knowledge Source: Information Coalition
  11. 11. The Definitive IM Body of Knowledge • …doesn’t exist.
  12. 12. Boundary Issues • No IM body of knowledge addresses every single IM-related domain.
  13. 13. Taxonomy Issues • “Information Governance” means different things to different organizations.
  14. 14. The Expertise Dilemma • Any body of knowledge reflects the experience of those who have done it for a long time
  15. 15. Different Paths to Professional Development
  16. 16. Conferences • More than just talking heads
  17. 17. Training Courses
  18. 18. Certifications (& Cert Prep Courses)
  19. 19. MOOCs
  20. 20. Informal & Just-in-Time Learning
  21. 21. Your Professional Development Plan
  22. 22. • Once you stop learning, you stop dying. • -- Albert Einstein
  23. 23. It’s Your Responsibility • You’re probably paying for it.
  24. 24. It’s Your Responsibility • You know what you want to be when you grow up.
  25. 25. Position Yourself for Success • Your professional development plan.
  26. 26. Domain Formal Education Informal Education Coaching/Mentoring OJT Degree programs Training programs Certifications Certificates Books Standards & guidelines Social media channels MOOCs Formal or informal More effective with more structure Lunch & learns As directed, with/instead of coaching or mentoring Sector/industry competencies (e.g. energy, legal, government) IM competencies (e.g. DM, RM, KM, analytics) Professional/soft skills competencies (proj mgmt., change mgmt.)
  27. 27. CTA repeated
  28. 28. For More Information Jesse Wilkins, CIP, IGP, CRM, CEDS, CIPP/US Director, Professional Development AIIM http://www.aiim.org jwilkins@aiim.org Twitter: @jessewilkins

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  • Self-contained, self-defined learning paths
    May offer credentials or not

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