I’ve always presented digital policies in light of risk vs. opportunity. Some companies are more open to taking risks than others, and their digital policies reflect that. They may give individual employees more freedom when it comes to posting on social media, for example. Other risks run deeper, such as when companies focus on time-to-market, assuming they’ll go back later to properly document things like processes, product specs, coding, etc. Regardless of where your organization stands on the risk/opportunity scale, your #DigitalPolicy needs to reflect your business reality. And since those business realities can quickly shift, make sure your program is set up to update policies regularly.