Qld Chapter Celebrates 21 Years at Symposium

Records and information management professionals crossed borders and made new connections last week, with over 5o delegates from Queensland and Northern NSW, gathering for a two day symposium that featured an incredible line up of presenters and industry professionals. Held at the stunning Peppers at Salt Resort and Spa, Kingscliff, delegates were exposed to engaging and interactive presentations covering topics of collaboration, management skills, balancing business benefit, creating connections and the implications of digital technology on the industry, as well as aligning business outcomes with governance. To kick off the symposium an insight of some of the Qld Chapter’s founders was showcased to the delegates in a personal and insightful segment of “This is Your Life’.

A huge thank you to our speakers who came from far and wide:

Dr Vanessa Douglas-Savage and Amanda Day – Enabling Business Outcomes with Information Management (GWI)

David Pich – Are Management Skills Important? (Institute of Managers and Leaders)

Darren Guant –  Stop, Collaborate and Listen (Miktysh)

Errol LeBoydre-  System integration – How to achieve and knowing what to forego a true balancing act (WyldLynx)

Kristy Portas and Stacey Marsh – Case Study on Gympie Regional Council

Mark Grimes – Creating Connections – through technology and with people (BluMark Pty Ltd)

Simon Waller – Will Technology connect us or tear us apart? 

Brendan Felstead – Crossing the border from physical retrieval to digital retrieval – a customer case study (TIMG)

Alyssa Blackburn – Records Management a Whirlwind (Ave Point)

Josephine Marsh – Records governance policy (Queensland State Archives)

Jade Reed – Aligning business outcomes and governance requirements – it doesn’t have to be a balancing act

To celebrate the 21st birthday, delegates danced the night away to 1997 era tunes and toasted to the successful last 21 years of the chapter.



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