Policy & Procedures Webinar Series with Raymond Urgo

Adobe welcomes all Policy & Procedure (P&P) professionals to our webinar series with thought-leader and author, Raymond Urgo of Urgo & Associates. Raymond will offer three webinars that will discuss common mistakes in P&P content communication and the correct usage of templates.

While the details of these webinars and the registration links are available here, a gist is provided below:

  • 13 Common Mistakes about Communicating Policies & Procedures Content…and How to Avoid Them (in 2 parts)
    • Part 1: Thursday, May 31,  10-11 AM US/Pacific
    • Part 2: Thursday, June 14,  10-11 AM US/Pacific
  • Are You Tempted to Use a Template to Expedite Policies & Procedure Development?
    • Thursday, July 12,  10-11 AM US/Pacific

Raymond E. Urgo, principal of Los Angeles-based Urgo & Associates, is an internationally recognized expert, thought leader, educator, author, and speaker on the development, communication, and management of policies and procedures (P&P) programs and content in organizations. For his contributions in P&P to the technical communication profession, he holds the honorary rank, Fellow, in the Society for Technical Communication. He is the publisher of the award-winning e-newsletter,The Policies & Procedures Authority.

– Team TechComm @ Adobe

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Parth Mukherjee

Parth Mukherjee was the Marketing Manager for Adobe's Technical Communications product line from August 2011 to May 2013.

5 thoughts on “Policy & Procedures Webinar Series with Raymond Urgo

    1.  Craig, these webinars are yet to happen. You can still attend them live and address your questions to Raymond live. Recording links will be made available after the respective webinar is over.

    2.  Craig, these webinars are yet to happen. You can still attend them live and address your questions to Raymond live. Recording links will be made available after the respective webinar is over.

      1. Sorry about that, sure I saw the 5th May 2012 when I looked at page. Apologies, will register for both and thanks for reply. Kind Regards Craig

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