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At Content Science, we believe in having a strong content vision. Why? Because a content vision can unite an entire company or organization — no matter its size — around a singular understanding of the content future. This clear vision acts as a North Star that guides everyone in defining long-term content goals as well as day-to-day content decisions. In fact, we identified a powerful content vision as the #1 capability needed for content leadership in our report What Makes Content Teams Thrive?
One important step in defining your organization’s content vision is to hold a working session where you collaborate with your team and with stakeholders to exchange ideas. We developed this content vision poster (complete with a North Star) to hang on the wall and capture those great ideas. We find the poster helps remind people to think big about content, so we wanted to share it with you to use, too.
The poster is designed to print 3 feet by 4 feet. But you can resize it to suit your needs.
You also can learn more about defining and applying a content vision from these resources:
Last Updated: December 2, 2019
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