Tuesday, 31 May 2005

Jeremy Zawodny of Yahoo! has posted his company's new corporate employee blogging guidelines. There's a PDF file linked from his post, along with his comments.

Blogging policies are (I think) a good thing for companies to have. Why? Because they set the stage with the proper expectations right up front, before a problem can begin. People often benefit from having the context predefined, so they know what's cool and what's not.

In other words, having a good policy enables people much more than it restricts them. That's why I'm glad my company has a blogging policy, anyhow.

More and more companies are going beyond allowing their employees to blog, and are enabling and encouraging it. What's your company doing?

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Tuesday, 31 May 2005 22:00:38 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Tuesday, 31 May 2005 23:35:15 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
My company hasn't taken off yet. However, when it does (and it will believe you me), every employee must blog - if they don't, they will be fired. There will be a poster of Jason Kottke over each desk, and Zeldman beanies handed out accordingly.
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