OCARMA End of Year Luncheon and AIEF Silent Auction
June 20, 2018
18051 Von Karman Ave, Irvine, CA
Come join us in celebrating the end of the OCARMA program year with a sumptuous lunch, keynote address "Information Management Careers in 2030 – Will you be ready?" by the esteemed Charlie Sodano, Ph.D., Director ARMA Pacific Region and a
silent auction of highly-desirable items with proceeds going to the AIEF-ARMA International Educational Foundation. Please join us!
Information communication has been accelerating at an unparalleled pace. We are all familiar with the increasing number of cell phone zombies, the rush to obtain the latest apps and the crushing increase in texting and email traffic. What will things look like in 20 years? No one can really predict this with any accuracy. However, we can take steps to improve our professional competency to remain relevant. No one can dispute that the vast majority of new and existing essential information is electronic and should be a focus for all of us. However, there is an unresolved blur to distinguish ways of practically managing electronic information, so IG and RIM principles can be applied.
One key to remaining relevant is highly dependent on being aware of evolving changes in IG/RIM practices. This is best accomplished by frequent interaction with a variety of people within and outside of one’s organizational expertise.
The second key involves learning the basics of computer technology which will enable practitioners to better understand how to better interact with the IT community.
Charlie Sodano, Ph.D.
Director ARMA Pacific Region
Charlie has made numerous presentations at US and international meetings of the American Chemical Society, ARMA International, AIIM, Institute of Food Technologists, EMC Documentum User Meetings and conferences sponsored by leading training and education organizations.
Member of the American Chemical Society and ARMA International. Regional Director for ARMA International Pacific Region which has about 1,000 members in 14 chapters in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah.