Hierarchy of Needs for an Effective Classification Project

    March 28, 2019
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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    Come join us on March 28th for an informative webinar for the ARMA Boston members and friends! Mark Carter discusses the steps within an overall classification project of unstructured content. Just as Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology comprising a tiered model of human needs, often depicted as hierarchical levels within a pyramid.  Mark plans on discussing the parallel to Maslow hierarchy to the needs of a Classification effort.  From a labor-intensive manual effort to full on AutoClassification and all the levels in between.   Please feel free to invite others in your organization to help keep them ahead of the information management curve. They’ll be glad you invited them!

    About the Speaker

    Mark has several years of Information Management experience.  He is a Certified Document Imaging Architect (CDIA+), an Electronic Record Management Practitioner (ERMp), Information Governance Professional (IGP), and a Certified Information Professional (CIP).  He has been active locally and nationally in the ARMA (Association of Record Managers and Administrators) where he currently holds the VP role for the Boston Chapter, and AIIM (The Global Community of Information Professionals) where he received the Distinguished Service Award and was elected to the prestigious AIIM Company of Fellows #196.  Established in 1963, the Company of Fellows honors those individuals in the association who merit recognition and distinction for their outstanding contributions to the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Industry.

    About the Speaker; Mark Carter

    Over his career, Mark has held roles with Donnegan Systems, IKON, Iron Mountain, Ricoh, Filefacets, and Valora Technologies.  Working with the small, medium, and Fortune 500 companies over the years, Mark has helped implement physical and digital Records Management programs focused on mitigating risk, ensuring regulatory compliance, providing litigation preparedness, and reducing overall costs.  “I try to first understand the client’s business requirements and challenges, then utilize best in class processes with the latest technologies to modernize their Information Governance program.”

    Now as an independent Senior Solutions Consultant, Mark is assisting organizations with their overall Information Governance programs to develop an effective and efficient record and information management approach.