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PIM toolkit Training


Welcome

In the following video, Gina Coish, co-chair of the PIM taskforce, presents key messages of the PIM training. She also provides a historical perspective of PIM and speaks about how important it is for boards to build cross-organizational teams.

Gina Coish, Simcoe County DSB - PIM co-chair

A toolkit with a Purpose

In the following video, Erica van Roosmalen, co-chair of the PIM taskforce, and Sandra Quehl, also from the PIM taskforce, discuss the purposes of the toolkit. They orient participants to the structure of the toolkit, leading participant teams through tasks to look into toolkit components as they identify a high-priority component of the toolkit for further team-based investigation.

Erica van Roosmalen, Halton Catholic DSB - PIM co-chair
Sandra Quehl, Waterloo Catholic DSB

Incorporating PIM Strategies Into Your Board's Ongoing Practices

In the following video, Nancy Massie from the PIM taskforce guides teams using a force field analysis activity to work through anticipated details, problems, and supports related to incorporating a component of the PIM toolkit into their board's ongoing practices.

Nancy Massie, York Region DSB

Building Your Board's PIM Culture

In the following video, Gina Coish, co-chair of the PIM taskforce, highlights the maturity model, details the role of the champion and team members in building a PIM culture, emphasizes the key role that PIM culture building plays in the rollout of the toolkit, and provides a PIM culture-building framework that board teams can use to consider specific actions and activities to undertake in order to ensure a successful PIM implementation.

Gina Coish, Simcoe County DSB -- PIM co-chair

Access & Control Matrices

In the following video, Kellie Barron from the PIM taskforce details the Access and Control Matrix and identifies key elements such as breaking down the components into individual data elements, using a multi-pass approach when working with the matrix as a board team, and making distinctions between roles and responsibilities.

Kellie Barron, Kawartha Pine Ridge DSB