Writing and editing policy documents involves the collaborative effort of a number of subject-area experts and stakeholders, often including the public. Gathering their information together and then structuring so that it unfolds in a logical way is a bit like building mathematical theorems with plain language.
The voices of the many experts need to be brought together into a single narrative voice. Who will determine the principles behind the concepts? Who decides the order in which the concepts should be presented? What kind of understanding of the subject material does the reader need?
The answer to all of these questions is that writing is a team effort. Even the publication of a single-author book involves a team that includes the author, editor, publisher, designer, marketing rep and sales person, and of course, the reader. Bronze Horse’s expertise is in harnessing the power and knowledge of multi-stakeholder input into communication materials that inform and educate target audiences in language they understand.