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The Value of MIKE2.0

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This article describes why MIKE2.0 was created and has therefore been protected. Propose changes to this article on its corresponding discussion page.

There are lots of great community sites for Information Management. Two questions are often asked on this site: 

  • Why would I go to MIKE2.0?
  • What makes MIKE2.0 unique?

It's the viewpoint of leadership team that we haven’t quite figured out information management (IM) yet. Many techniques are relatively immature and fragmented. What's more, IM problems keep getting more complex. The bottom line is that organizations that manage data well tend to be more successful than those that don't.

Information Development

MIKE 2.0 is attempting to create a much-needed standard for Information Development through a common competency. Due to the complexity of IM, a complete framework is needed to solve the problem. That’s our primary goal with MIKE2.0 and something that consulting firms do not provide. We’re also using this approach as an organizing framework for open source technology.

Integrated Content Repository

Through the Integrated Content Repository, organizations create mashups to the MIKE2.0 standard and the best assets on the web. We call this approach Governance 2.0. In short, it’s a solution that we can build for our clients.

Read the complete whitepaper.

Open Methodology Framework

As far as we know, MIKE2.0 is the world’s first open and collaborative methodology. It will be an interesting challenge for our community to see if we can actually build on this approach. This hybrid model combines Wikipedia-style sharing and editing with code-based solutions.

For a community standpoint, we think the approach is working. Every day we’re seeing more visitors to MIKE2.0 and getting positive feedback. We have a long way to go, but we're getting there.

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