I didn’t blog much last year but I have been busy nonetheless. I worked with a number of new clients in a number of different industries. I collaborated with those in higher education, the pharmaceutical industry, and finance as well as several different B-to-Bs that make things we use every day but take for granted. At the end of last year, we also conducted a small study and co-authored a report with ActiveStandards on content quality for U.S. federal government websites.
If it's on your to-do list to establish a Web Council in your organization or even revive a council that once met long ago, check out Lisa Welchman's latest recorded Webinar titled "Establishing a Web Council." It was a very popular webinar topic-- generating over 100 attendees and a myriad of questions from participants who want to establish a Web council, leverage an existing committee or revive a council from the past.
In the Webinar, Lisa details the three types of Web councils:
Six years ago when I searched for “Web governance” on the World Wide Web, I got next to nothing. Today, it’s a different story. If you search for “Web governance,” you get all sorts of links-- some relate to governance of the World Wide Web, some to governance of the Internet. There’s a lot about website and content governance, and some about the type of work I focus on-- which is corporate Web governance.