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Content and Quality Management 

11th August 2015 Posted in Blog, Content, Management, Technical Writers 1 Comment

Image for Content and Quality Management PostTechnical writing groups are often faced with problems in trying to achieve efficient management of content quality.

In this interview with Diane Wieland, Scott Abel, publisher of The Content Wrangler, discusses how content quality management systems are used to increase the efficiency of tech pubs groups and gives specific examples of tools used for managing content quality. He also recommends several other sources that will give managers better insight into content quality management and its importance.

Read Understanding the Need for Content Quality Management¬†and then leave a comment here with your thoughts. Have you tried any of these tools? How does your group manage content quality? We’d love to hear from you.

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  1. By Maryellen Hess Cameronon 12th, August 2015 at 1:41 pm

    This interview provides a good overview of the need for content management and things to consider when first getting started. Managers face not only the daunting task of identifying the best software but getting buy in from staff. The information is only as useful as the cooperation of the team. Who can provide insights on how to demonstrate the value to staff to change the way they have been doing things?

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