In her 20-year career, Lisa Welchman has paved the way in the discipline of digital governance, helping organizations stabilize their complex, multi-stakeholder digital operations. Lisa’s thought leadership focuses on interpreting how the growth of digital impacts organizations, as well as the maturation of digital as a distinct vocational discipline in the enterprise. Currently, Lisa is president of Digital Governance Solutions at ActiveStandards. Lisa began her career in digital in Silicon Valley at Cisco Systems before establishing website management consultancy WelchmanPierpoint, which was acquired by ActiveStandards in 2014. Lisa speaks globally on issues related to digital governance, the rise of the Information Age and the role of the information worker.
Do you spend a lot of time designing products and experiences just to have them be poorly implemented or rejected by various factions in your organization? Sometimes the hardest part of your job is getting your whole organization to fall in line and holistically develop and implement a consistent design experience. Fighting about control over web pages, mobile interfaces, and every other aspect of an organization’s online presence can leave designers frustrated and fatigued. Join Lisa as she shows you how to help your organization clarify roles and decision-making so that your team collaborates effectively around digital channels. Lisa will discuss good practice for team structures, how to decide who get to be the last word in design standards and offer advice on how to best gain the support from senior managers and executives.
If this is the information age, what special role do information and user experience architects and play? The rise of industrial aged forced changes in supply chain management for physical goods. What changes do we need to make in the information supply chain in order to make sure information gets to the right, person, in the right place, on the right, device, and at the right time. And, what ethical concerns and considerations does that bring to the table, and whose job is it to resolves those concerns?