"Many think of digital policies as restrictive, bureaucratic red tape that slows things down and makes their jobs harder," says Kristina Podnar, principal of NativeTrust Consulting. "It doesn't have to be that way. In fact, digital policies are liberating! Once everyone knows the rules, they can stop worrying -- and focus that energy on being creative and productive within the established guidelines."
Podnar outlines how to apply this new thinking to developing digital policies in her latest book, The Power of Digital Policy. She defines effective digital policies as "simple, clear statements on how your business will conduct its digital operations," providing guidance to all digital workers and contractors, with "a level of detail that translates the digital strategy into actions." Forbes