Managing the Politics of Content Hilary MarshPSU Web Conference 2015


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Managing the Politics of Content Hilary Marsh PSU Web Conference 2015


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Marketing Product Line


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Everyone Else Web Team


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What Politics Look Like


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http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012/09/11/entertainment/10-things-you-should-know-about-your-job-interviewer/


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http://research.vtc.vt.edu/news/2014/jun/17/stephen-laconte-earns-college-engineering-deans-aw/


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http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/electrical-engineering-technology-co-op-eety/


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http://www.qwhn.asn.au/managementcommittee.htm


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http://blog.hostelbookers.com/travel/how-to-pack-your-backpack/ 2004 2007 2010


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http://www.technologist.eu/the-mindfulness-movement-connecting-body-and-mind/


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http://wrcofsanford.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=121493706


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http://wrcofsanford.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=121493706


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http://wrcofsanford.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=121493706


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http://www.scag.gov/


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“We have a carousel on our website because politics.” – Dave Olsen, www.dmolsen.com/ Confab Higher Ed 2014


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Content is… Event Product Class Program Research


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Content strategy is… Event Strategy Product Strategy Class Strategy Program Strategy Research Strategy


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Content is political


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Content is… Event Product Class Program Research


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Content is… My Event My Product My Class My Program My Research


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“Every pixel has an owner.” – Paul Ford, former web editor at Harper’s magazine Confab 2013


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“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.” – Upton Sinclair, 1935


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31 http://www.amazon.com/Have-Always-Done-That-Way/dp/184728857X/


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Department Message Audience Department Message Audience Department Message Audience Department Message Audience Old thinking


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Organization: Programs, offerings Audience Messages Audience Audience Audience New thinking


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34 Content strategy is CHANGE MANAGEMENT


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35 User experience is CHANGE MANAGEMENT


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36 Digital is CHANGE MANAGEMENT


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What Doesn’t Work


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http://wrcofsanford.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=121493706


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Real-Life Solutions


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“Be transparent, help people prep while they’re waiting for their project to start.” —Amanda Costello, University of Minnesota


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“Be an evanglist for others’ work, and help people realize that you are their champion and making way for them to do what they do best.” —Matthew Grocki, Grassfed Content


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“Pre-sell your ideas. Pull someone aside and get their input on a draft, so by the time you officially reveal it, you’ve gotten their buy-in.” —Sara Zailskas Walsh, Motorola.com


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“Build strong relationships. Remember that everyone is trying to do a good job but don’t always have the resources or skills they need.” —Claire Helme and Mary Sabotoski, a university in Australia


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“Employ “strategic nagging:” patient but persistent repetition of a message. —Carrie Hane Dennison, @carriehd, American Society of Civil Engineers


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What has worked for me


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47 http://www.slideshare.net/est3ban/empathybased-personas-gaining-a-deeper-understanding-of-your-audience-presen Shared focus on the audience


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Empathy-Based Personas 48 Anthony Susan Allen Maggie


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Show, don’t tell


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Useful Relevant Timely


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Org-focused Narrow interest Not actionable


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53 http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/four_models_for_organizing_digital_work_part_two http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/four_models_for_organizing_digital_work_part_two Get your governance in order


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Analytics


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57 https://www.flickr.com/photos/telachhe/3342173731/


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Your agenda Show what’s broken and why Show solutions and potential, and what it will take to get there Talk about the pilot efforts and the lessons learned Anticipate roadblocks – raise “what if” scenarios, talk them through in advance Determine follow-up frequency 59


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Respect the Depth


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61 http://bit.ly/1jntVcJ Be patient


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Show them how http://ashram.yogasatsang.org/yoga-classes


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Foster collaboration Form a cross-departmental editorial board to review major requests together Most impactful stories require information from multiple sources Facilitate, then gradually pass on ownership


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Motivate and recognize


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I put the information up online –now I also need to know how many people have used it??? Redefine success


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Educate and remind 66


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Operationalize and socialize 67


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Offer options for creativity 68 http://oxendo.com/


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69 Be there for your colleagues


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70 http://www.sfgate.com/performance/article/Review-Gold-examines-Jewish-mother-stereotype-3291210.php Look, if it were up to me, I would leave that content on the site, but the decision is out of my hands


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Solid rationales and alternatives 71


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72 http://www.enterprisenews.com/article/20140614/SPORTS/140617308 Report on progress


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73 Working together for customer satisfaction


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Empowerment Accountability Convenience


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Thank you @hilarymarsh www.slideshare.net/hilarymarsh


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