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Policy Engagement Starts With Policy Writing

Michael Rasmussen | July 29, 2014

rasmussen-michael-updatedPolicy engagement: There is a lot to be said for how technology can make policies easier to find, social, and interactive. In fact, I have been on my soapbox proclaiming next-generation policy and training management for the past decade in which organizations de­ploy a portal that brings together policies, training, and related resources in one in­tegrated interface that is intuitive and en­gaging for employees to use.

Policies define boundaries for the be­havior of individuals, business processes, relationships, and systems. At the highest level, policy starts with a code of conduct, establishes ethics and values to extend across the enterprise, and au­thorizes other policies to govern the entire organization. These filter down into specific poli­cies for business units, depart­ments, and individual business processes.

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