Producing effective content at scale is essential for universities, but very challenging.
Common problems include:
Add to that conflicting priorities, getting buy-in and managing stakeholders and you may think there's no hope.Enter, ContentOps. By investing in people, process and technology, content teams and businesses can improve efficiency, find scalable and repeatable ways to deliver content on time, have fewer revisions, faster approvals and more effective content.In this webinar, GatherContent's Product Director and Head of Content share some principles of ContentOps and discuss how they can help connect silos and yield better content.Sharing practical advice, customer stories and insights from months of research with Higher Ed content teams, including survey results from over 60 worldwide universities, this webinar recording will help teams modernise the way they work together.
By watching this webinar recording you'll understand:
This webinar recording is for content professional and digital and marketing leadership who work in Higher Education and want to learn about some core principles that can help make their content operations efficient to produce effective content, at scale. Whether the practitioner responsible for the planning, production and delivery of content, or the leader looking to bring change to your institution through digital transformation and putting content first, the advice shared will be applicable.
Rob is Head of Content at GatherContent. He is a journalism graduate and has previously worked as Studio Manager and Head of Content for a design agency and as an Audience Research Executive for the BBC. He’s a published author and regular contributor to industry publications including Net Magazine, Smashing Magazine, 24 Ways, WebTuts+, UX Matters , UX Booth and Content Marketing Institute. On occasion Rob speaks about content strategy at leading industry events.
Angus is the Product Director at GatherContent where he spends his time taming the product roadmap and dreaming of a world without Word documents.
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Top tips, practical advice and examples to make sure your content style guide is an effective asset as part of your content operations.