The DAMA Presidents Council took advantage of their presence at the Orlando DAMA Conference to share ideas. Twenty members of global chapters brainstormed issues. The overall plan was to elicit ideas from the presidents in the morning and present those findings to the DAMA International (DAMA-I) board for feedback. In previous years, the presidents took more of a listening role as the board reported their direction and strategy. This year, I decided to have the chapter presidents meet alone for a few hours to allow for freedom of expression and free flow of ideas.

Professional facilitator and DAMA member Shelley Lieberman moderated the session. Her three-prong strategy was to define the chapter goals, brainstorm issues and formulate questions and suggestions. The Presidents Council came up with the following major issues and recommendations:

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