August 01, 2019
PolicyCo was born because a typical word processor doesn’t have the features required to track authorship and evidence down to a specific paragraph (article). Anyone who has written or revised policy can understand that the logistical hurdles to securing that content, versioning and promoting it are simply beyond the scope of the modern word processor.
March 04, 2019
Author: Bill Butler
Let’s face it, not much has changed in the world of policy writing. The medium has changed (handwritten, typewriters, computers), but the linear nature of writing has remained. Most policy shares common elements including a numbering system with an established hierarchy and a title or header to help the reader know the topic. Organizations crafting policy face a similar set of problems once they embark on the writing process. Let’s explore the pain points in more detail.