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Web Governance: the Edinburgh Approach 10 th May 2010. What’s being covered in the presentation:. How Edinburgh set up its initial Governance What we’ve learnt over 2 years Changes to Web Governance The future for the Council. Web Governance. Web Content Management Project 2005/8

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what s being covered in the presentation
What’s being covered in the presentation:
  • How Edinburgh set up its initial Governance
  • What we’ve learnt over 2 years
  • Changes to Web Governance
  • The future for the Council
web governance
Web Governance
  • Web Content Management Project 2005/8
  • Devolved publishing approach agreed
  • Initial Governance requirements
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Web Governance
  • Governance structure
    • Council Web Board
    • Website Editors group
    • Intranet Management group
    • Departmental Editorial groups
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Web Governance
  • Management and Control
    • Web and New Media Team role
      • a corporate administrative and management role
      • providing training trouble-shooting, content management
      • control the structure of the Intranet
    • Council Websites Manager
      • Operational websites management
      • Delivering Council vision for the web
      • Promoting use of the web
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Web Governance
  • Council Web Board
    • the development and quality of content on the corporate websites
    • consistency and quality in website presentation of business applications
    • recommendations for web developments
    • developing and maintaining prioritised plans for technical and content development
    • agreeing policies and frameworks to support Council web standards
  • Website Editors Group/Intranet Management Group
    • the development and quality of content for the sites in accordance with Council business and user needs
    • consistency and quality in presentation
    • recommendations for business enhancements to the websites
    • development and implementation of the Web Vision and Strategy
    • proposing policies and frameworks to support Council web standards
web governance4
Web Governance
  • Dept Editors and Editorial groups
    • Discuss content management, issues and development
    • Identify gaps
    • Agree priorities
  • Publishers – creating, editing and deleting content
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Web Governance

Council Web Board

Council Websites Manager

Dept Board Reps

Intranet Management Group

Website Editors Group

Dept Master Editors

Departmental Editorial Groups

Publishers

web governance issues
Web Governance - issues
  • Main issues with this approach
    • Lack of formal recognition for publishers
    • Dept Editors trying to work around other responsibilities
    • Not enough input to Council Web Board
    • Council did not see the web as a priority
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Web Governance
  • New Web Services Project 2010/11
    • New Web Governance Approach
    • Culture-change process for Council
    • Drivers for change:
      • Channel Change – avoidable contact
      • Business Efficiencies (Council savings)
      • Income Generation
      • Internet usage (explosion of online use)
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Web Governance
  • New Web Governance approach
    • Council Web and New Media Board
    • 1 FTE Web Coordinator per department
    • Departmental Web Board and Editorial Groups
    • Publishers with identified web role
    • Training and support recognised
    • Workflow offline and online
    • full content lifecycle management and guidelines
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Web Governance

New Web Governance approach 2010

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Web Governance
  • Departmental Web Board
    • development and quality of department online presence
    • recommendations for web developments across the department and in partnerships
    • management of the department’s web publishers
    • developing and managing a departmental web plan
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Web Governance
  • Web Coordinator role
    • Leading the strategy for implementation, management and development of department web services
    • Leading the transformational change required to ensure their department can meet the challenges of the web
    • Improving communications and collaborations within departments
    • Developing a departmental web strategy which aligns with the Corporate Web Strategy
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Web Governance
  • Publishers role
    • Create, manage, edit and delete content on the Council website and Intranet, and any associated web platforms
    • Ensure the quality, consistency and accuracy of content
    • Produce customer focused content
    • Follow agreed Council web standards
    • work collaboratively with other divisions or departments
    • identify priorities for content development
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Web Governance
  • Role of the Website Development/ Intranet Development Groups
    • All the responsibilities of the previous groups
  • A rolling programme of:
    • Content review
    • Content development
    • Usability and accessibility testing
    • Site performance and review
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Web Governance
  • Culture change in the Council
    • Council Management Team buy-in
    • Senior Managers briefings
    • Engagement sessions in all departments
    • External speakers to promote the approach
    • Rolling programme of promotion and continued marketing on benefits
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Web Governance
  • Training
    • Initial ‘creating customer-focused content’ course
      • Online community for knowledge sharing and problem solving
      • Mentor groups
      • ‘Buddy’ culture
    • Publisher training for Jadu
      • Online community
      • Layered training – depending on level of use
      • Delivery of online training support
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Web Governance
  • Content Standards including:
      • Advice and guidance on accessibility standards
      • Checklists and guidance for publishing
      • Content criteria
      • Content format standards – including documents, images and multimedia
      • Content Policy and Quality guidelines
      • Content approval, review and removal protocols
      • Usability guidelines and advice
      • Use of the Council Brand
      • Writing style and tone protocols
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Web Governance
  • Final Thoughts:
    • Online delivery is now recognised as a core business requirement
    • Benefits are clear now to the Council for both external and internal use
    • Staff will get the time and recognition to carry out their online role
    • Fully believe that the new Web Governance approach will work to deliver online services
thank you and questions

Thank you and questions?

Sally Kerr

Sally.kerr@edinburgh.gov.uk

013 529 4899