by Angela Guess
A recent announcement out of the organization reports, “This week, the MIKE2.0 Governance Association (MGA) is pleased to announce an agreement with DAMA-International commencing the transition of the MIKE2.0 community to DAMA-International. The agreement was announced on Monday evening at the DAMA-I Chapter Meeting at Enterprise Data World 2015 (EDW 15) in Washington, DC. Under the transition, the MIKE2.0 community will now be provided by the existing DAMA-I Chapter structure and related member services and activities for the continued development and extension of the MIKE2.0 framework.”
“We at DAMA-I are delighted and honored to have the opportunity to progress and build upon the combined wisdom within MIKE2.0 and DAMA DMBOK. Merging practical with theoretical provides the ultimate approach to managing data,” said Sue Geuens, President of DAMA International.
The article continues, “With 869 articles and 29,675 members contributing their knowledge and experience, Method for an Integrated Knowledge Environment (MIKE2.0) is an online community providing a comprehensive methodology that can be applied across a number of different projects within the Information Management space. It was released under open source in 2006 although earlier efforts of the project date back to 2003. The MIKE2.0 Governance Association (MGA) has been the governing body since 2009.”
photo credit: MIKE2.0 & DAMA-I