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Compliance Dictionary Rollout
Have you ever had a conversation where it seemed like you were both talking past each other instead of actually communicating?
Chances are you were using different definitions or meanings of the terms used in your conversation that the other person just didn’t understand, and you probably didn’t understand them.
There is a great line from the movie “The Princess Bride” when one character keeps using the word inconceivable over and over. Another character finally says, “I do not think that word means what you think it means” that captures the essence of this challenge.
Unless we are using the same words, to mean the same things, it’s really hard to communicate and practically impossible to establish a framework for compliance and communication in your organization.
What do the various regulations mean when they say this or that?
What do we, our team, others in the organization mean when we write this or that in our policies, standards, and procedures?
Ever wanted to have a dictionary just for the terms your organization uses and how you use the terms? That's what we are building. And that’s what we are showing in this webinar.
The Corporate Dictionary MVP is a no-code template that you can edit or use as is, allowing users to compile their own dictionaries and term lists from several sources, including the federated dictionary, the UCF’s Compliance Dictionary, Merriam Webster, and the Oxford English Dictionary.
We will be covering each during the webinar:
• Search allows you to search multiple dictionaries, examine definitions and term relationships, and then select the terms which you would like to add to your corporate dictionary or term lists.
• Term Frequencies shows you how often terms you search for are found within the various corpora you have.
• Concordance shows you a Key Word In Context (KWIC) view of the terms in the various corpora you have.
• Create/Edit Terms allows you to create new terms, definitions, and relationships, or edit existing ones.

Jan 20, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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