At the beginning of this article, we read that unplanned decisions can lead to the degradation of a content strategy. Planning is the key to getting a successful business, and this planning includes a certain strategy to keep up with the rest of the work. While using Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA), your strategy must be detailed and specific for the DITA to work more efficiently. Along with this, the more emphasis on time, and resources are put into implementing the DITA content strategy, the more detailed output you will accomplish.
Structured documentation can be an overwhelming process for any organization. It seems to be a herculean task for personnel whose primary focus is on other tasks and documentation just comes as a part of it. In these cases, the purpose of structured documentation is likely to be lost. Further, the centralized question remains - how to choose a structure for documentation?
Technical Publications: Optimized by Unstructured-to-Structured Content Migration.