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It seems fashionable these days to blame email for our communication woes. After all, critics say it’s a time suck, makes us less productive, costs companies money and even makes us sick.
While all of this may very well be true, pointing the finger at any one technology won’t help us become better communicators.
Paul Miller, founder and CEO of strategic partner and boutique consultancy Digital Workplace Group (DWG), said poor digital workplace communication typically has less to do with email, instant messaging or collaboration tools than a lack of policies and procedures governing those tools.“Most organizations pay little attention initially to the subject of governance,” he told CMSWire. “It sounds rather dull, rather bureaucratic. They feel like they can function without it.”
However, he said, without governance, your digital workplace will quickly begin to unravel. Most organizations deploy a range of interesting, engaging and usable tools — "and then suffer from a level of digital fragmentation," he explained.
“That’s when they start to put in place policies, governance, templates, instructions and procedures around acceptable content and suitability of different technology for different tasks."
It's necessary to rein in the fragmentation they’ve suffered.
Digital Workplace Governance 101
Miller described governance as the foundational layer of a company’s digital workplace, a concept that represents strategy in action.
It's a workplace essential, and one of four key themes Miller will address this June during a unique new conference, Digital Workplace Experience (#DWEXP17) in Chicago. Co-created by DWG and Simpler Media Group (SMG) Inc. — the parent company of CMSWire and producer of the DX Summit — the three-day event will bring influential digital workplace practitioners and technology innovators together to present solutions, strategies and best practices to a global audience.
Strategy and governance may not seem electrifying but it can differentiate success from failure, Miller stressed.
“There’s a direct correlation between the strongest performing digital workplaces and solid approaches to governance,” said Miller, citing companies like Bank of New York Mellon, IKEA and Verizon as models. “It’s what good strategy looks like when it’s enacted.”
Governance in the digital workplace can get complicated since it spans multiple functions and elements (from content management to change management), and goes beyond policies to include structures, standards and measurement, notes a DWG report on Digital Governance.