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Lisa Welchman

Webinar #2: Policies & standards – what they are and why you need them

Kristina Podnar: Principal at NativeTrust Consulting

I’m delighted to announce the next in our “Mastering Digital Governance Series”: Policies & standards: what they are and why you need them, with information management expert Kristina Podnar.   Webinar Information Policies, standards and guidelines are all things we consultants like to talk about all the time. But, sometimes it’s hard to tell the …

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Lisa Welchman

Analytics & Digital Governance (Recorded Webinar)

Check out the latest in my “Mastering Digital Governance” webinar series: Analytics & Digital Governance, with digital analytics executive and thought leader Phil Kemelor. You’ll learn: How to use digital analytics for evaluating the overall health of your online program’s customer experience, channel optimization, marketing and product development initiatives. What elements of digital governance practice create …

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Zahir Abdi

ActiveStandards Hackathon 2

We recently had our second Hackathon here at ActiveStandards, and yet again, it was lots of fun – but with a practical purpose. Hackathons are a one-day programming blitz, and are a great opportunity to get innovative ideas off the drawing board and make them a reality by the end of the day. They’re also …

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ActiveStandards news

New webinar series: Mastering Digital Governance

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London, March 6, 2014, ActiveStandards, the leading Website Quality Management (WQM) platform, today announced the launch of a new webinar series for digital leaders: Mastering Digital Governance. Hosted by digital governance strategist, Lisa Welchman, this monthly series will feature highly-regarded practitioners, analysts and thought-leaders, who will shed light on the key components of effective governance …

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James Baverstock

EU public-sector website accessibility law moves a step closer

Accessibility

Last week in the European Parliament, MEPs overwhelmingly approved a draft law seeking to make websites managed by public-sector bodies accessible to all EU citizens. It’s currently estimated that only a third of the 761,000 public-sector sites meet international accessibility standards. 167 million people across the EU have difficulty using sites providing online public services, …

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