Data Interoperability Community of Interest Handbook
The Data Interoperability Community of
Interest Handbook is about 320 pages. Its contents were modeled after three very successful communities of interest from IT. This is a very practical, day to day, engineering, construction and development guide for the creation of Data Interoperability Standards.
This book provides:
1) Rationale for Shared Data Environments across the Enterprise;
2) Blueprint for Collaborative Data Sharing;
3) Why Communities of Interest are Ideal Organizational Structures;
4) How Communities of Interest are Best Engineered;
5) Step-by-Step Strategies to Build Common Data Architectures;
6) Methodology & Plan to Create Focused Organizations;
7) Strategies for Meetings, Decision Making, and Voting; and
8) Much, Much More!
The book's author is Michael M. Gorman.
Gorman is an Industry Leader for Data Management Standards & Secretary of the Database Languages Committee since 1978.