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Building a corporate digital strategy: the EU Council example

Presentation at European Communication Summit, 28 June 2013, Brussels
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Aurelie Valtat

on 28 June 2013

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Transcript of Building a corporate digital strategy: the EU Council example

The vision
Build and maintain an integrated online presence that reflects user needs and is flexible enough to adapt to changes in a rapidly evolving political and technological landscape
users first
digital first
consistency and alignment
full re-use of content
multilingualism
constant learning
Building a corporate digital strategy:
The EU Council example

“When we change the way we communicate,
we change society”
- Clay Shirky, Here comes everybody
The thinking
The doing
EU Council in a nutshell
European Council
Council of the European Union
General Secretariat of the Council
tools
processes
people
organisation
a multidimensional change management
effort driven by Communications / IT
web / emailing tools
content life cycle management
digital skills package
shift from document to information management
Aurelie Valtat
@avaltat

Media and the EU Council
Challenges or opportunities?
multilingualism and social media
reach into EU countries
re-use of content
visual identity
political voice
BEFORE
AFTER
IT used to drive digital evolutions
No contact with external audiences
Comms spearheading digital revolution
Interface between public and administration
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