The Power of Digital Policy: A practical guide to minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity for your organization

The Power of Digital Policy: A practical guide to minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity for your organization

by Kristina Podnar
The Power of Digital Policy: A practical guide to minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity for your organization

The Power of Digital Policy: A practical guide to minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity for your organization

by Kristina Podnar

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Overview

Understanding what an organization should and should not do in digital is one of the hardest challenges for businesses today. This field-tested handbook provides leaders and workers the necessary resources to get digital right and operate safely and effectively.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733691611
Publisher: NativeTrust Consulting, LLC
Publication date: 03/25/2019
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

Kristina Podnar empowers organization to succeed in the digital ecosystem. She is entrusted by global 1000 brands as well as small and medium businesses, government agencies, and non-profits. Using her proven methodology, Kristina advises and coaches clients on digital initiatives and how to balance out the risks and opportunities to deliver on the power of digital policy. Through her 20-year career in digital, Kristina has become known for unifying enterprise-wide functions including marketing, human resources, IT, legal, compliance, security, and procurement to common digital guidance and transformation goals. She speaks regularly at industry conferences, contributes articles to publications, and delivers masterclasses on digital policy. Kristina is the Principal of NativeTrust Consulting, LLC and former Vice President of Consulting Services at ActiveStandards, Inc. (now CrownPeak). She has a BA in international studies and an MBA in international business from the Dominican University of California and is certified as both a Change Management Practitioner (APMG International) and a Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute).

Table of Contents

chapter 1

Introduction to digital policy development 16chapter 2

Making the case for digital policy 25chapter 3

What’s needed for a successful digital policy program? 41chapter 4

A starter guide to digital policies 55chapter 5

An intermediate approach to digital policies 94chapter 6

An expert approach to digital policies 137

chapter 7

Embedding digital policies into the organization 277

Appendixes

appendix A

Digital policy maturity self-assessment 296appendix B

Digital policy steward job description 298appendix C

Digital policy author job description 305appendix D

Digital policy meeting agenda 312appendix E

Digital policy resources 316appendix F

Digital policy template 319appendix G

Sample digital privacy statement 322

appendix H

The five-day agile digital policy development approach 328

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