Hear “governance” and you may think about budget fights, policy arguments, and gridlock. In the digital world, governance doesn’t actually have anything to do with the government, but it’s very much about getting unstuck.
“A lot of organizations have reached the proverbial wall” in their digital efforts, says Lisa Welchman, a pioneer in the field of digital governance. “They’re in a stalemate, and they can’t move forward unless they get themselves and their websites better organized.”
Welchman has spent over a decade helping large enterprises — multinational corporations, international organizations such as the United Nations, higher education, hospitals and more — get themselves better organized by building governance frameworks. Read More >