Training: The Missing Element of Content Governance
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When we think about content governance, we tend to consider roles, responsibilities, workflow, and documentation. But there’s an element to content governance that is equally important and often ...
When we think about content governance, we tend to consider roles, responsibilities, workflow, and documentation. But there’s an element to content governance that is equally important and often overlooked: training.
Fundamentally, content governance requires educating everyone involved in the publishing process—including content planning, creation, editing, publishing, and measurement. All this while considering numerous publishing channels and communication goals. To be successful, content relies on a cultural support for governance with active sharing and learning.
Building a content governance culture means we all need to be teachers—and students.
• Learn to assess content governance readiness, including existing expertise and knowledge gaps.
• Find out how to strengthen your content governance plan by making good use of staff resources.
• See how to create a scalable content governance training model.
• Discover how to foster a content culture and empower content contributors to do great work.
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