Web governance has matured from simply ‘ownership’ and an ‘editorial board’ to providing a broad enabling framework for the people, process, technology, documentation and standards required to deliver an effective (usually multi-estate) public website.
Current trends in social media, wireless web, open technology standards and the economy mean that web governance must adopt a broader perspective:
• look outward to consider the organisation’s broader web presence beyond its website
• look inward to drive down costs and improve enterprise efficiency with KM to leverage common technology platforms, content re-utilisation, information lifecycle management and so on.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.