Culture for plain language
How can we build a culture for plain language in organisations? What about interdisciplinary work? And how can we measure effects? PLAIN 2019 will attempt to answer these questions in our fourth concurrent session: Culture for plain language.
Plain language is vital in communicating externally with clients, customers and users. However, it is of equal importance when we communicate internally within an organisation. We invite you to several hands-on sessions to learn how to build a culture for plain language in an organisation, mostly from a strategic management point of view, and how to measure its effects.