Information is the building block
Policies, procedures, and product information are building blocks of day-to-day bsuiness operations. However, all too often the information your people need is buried in dense, hard to read documentation.
This causes inefficiencies and risk.
See The Difference Structure Makes
When information is structured, it’s easier to scan and find the information you need. See an example below.
The Old “Written” Way
- Dense text buries important details
- Complex language and leaglise make it hard to read
- Unstructured content cannot migrate online
- Difficult for technology to use
Before & After Example
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The New “Structured” Way
- Chunked and titled making it easy to read
- Plain language refines and make message more precise
- Structured content is ready to migrate to online systems
- Opportunities for reuse and omni-channel publishing
COMPARING THE DOCUMENTS
This table shows the improvement in readability by applying the
Precision Content method.
• Review and assess all policies and procedures
• Make information easier to find, understand, and trust
• Provide systems and practices to enforce content governance
Reduced the volume of content in some areas by 40%
Exposed and filled knowledge gaps and fixed errors in important content
Trained writers in Precision Content authoring methods and tools to sustain and scale content.
“The Precision Content team was instrumental in helping us to review and reform our policies and procedures. Having recently reviewed the Board Policy documentation,
I am very pleased with quality and clarity of the new content.”
CEO at Westoba Credit Union
Complimentary Documentation Assessment For Credit Unions
Register and see the difference structure makes on your content. Send us a sample document and we’ll transform it and show you the difference.