In Review: Document Engineering By Robert Glushko and Tim McGrath

In this issue of The Rockley Bulletin there's a pretty interesting 
review of a great book that I've just completed reading myself. It's 
called "Document Engineering: Analyzing and Designing Documents for 
Business Informatics and Web Services", and it promises (I predict) to 
have a dramatic impact on our industry and the way organizations think 
about documents.

I met with Bob in New York City recently and plan to include an 
interview about him on my site soon.

Here's the summary from The Rockley Bulletin:

In "Document Engineering: Analyzing and Designing Documents for 
Business Informatics and Web Services" (ISBN-10:0-262-07261-0; The MIT 
Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts), Robert Glushko and Tim McGrath 
explore the document as an interface to business and provide a common 
sense approach to modeling both documents and services for information 
exchange. Their message is clear: To succeed in the 21st century global 
economy, companies need to "fundamentally rethink what they do and how 
they do it." And what better place to start than with the document?

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