Governance can help people to manage change. It allows us to both respond to changes in our environment and to direct changes in the behaviors of our organization.
This session will explore the architectural elements of governance and identify the dynamics of how people interact with various parameters. We’ll explore the inter-relationships between various nodes: actors, groups, roles, rules, incentives, access, availability, and permissions.
The talk will draw on the speaker’s experience in enterprise content governance and working with product designers to develop features that support such governance. The methods introduced will be widely applicable to anyone defining the information architecture of large-scale systems, including service design and citizen sovereignty.
About the speakers
I studied human-centered computing systems in graduate school and have a passionate interest in making technical systems work for people, rather than the other way round. I’m currently content strategy evangelist at Kontent.ai, a modular content platform.