StartWithXML Readiness Checklist

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Checklist of the key issues publishers should consider before implementing an XML production process.

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StartWithXML Readiness Checklist

  1. 1. Readiness Checklists StartWithXML Forum January 13, 2008
  2. 2. Publisher lessons learned • Begin with the end in mind • Commit to sustained change – Vision, purpose, execuIon, refinement • It’s not (just) about XML
  3. 3. Begin with the end in mind … Planning Implementa,on Establish and evaluate end‐user Obtain and maintain operaIng buy‐   requirements in, support and dialogue Assess your processes across Rank your key business benefits and   funcIons and handoffs measure progress openly Model both current (operaIonal) Plan for early wins, ideally spread   and future (strategic) benefits across mulIple funcIons Solicit senior‐level support for Exploit the value of prototyping   sustained change Capture and share deep editorial  Determine the point at which you knowledge  want to “start” with XML Foster and communicate objecIve  measurements Capitalize on the value of new,  downstream uses
  4. 4. Commit to sustained change … Planning Implementa,on Establish and evaluate end‐user Obtain and maintain operaIng buy‐   requirements in, support and dialogue Assess your processes across Rank your key business benefits and   funcIons and handoffs measure progress openly Model both current (operaIonal) Plan for early wins, ideally spread   and future (strategic) benefits across mulIple funcIons Solicit senior‐level support for Exploit the value of prototyping   sustained change Capture and share deep editorial  Determine the point at which you knowledge  want to “start” with XML Foster and communicate objecIve  measurements Capitalize on the value of new,  downstream uses
  5. 5. It’s not (just) about XML … Planning Implementa,on Establish and evaluate end‐user Obtain and maintain operaIng buy‐   requirements in, support and dialogue Assess your processes across Rank your key business benefits and   funcIons and handoffs measure progress openly Model both current (operaIonal) Plan for early wins, ideally spread   and future (strategic) benefits across mulIple funcIons Solicit senior‐level support for Exploit the value of prototyping   sustained change Capture and share deep editorial  Determine the point at which you knowledge  want to “start” with XML Foster and communicate objecIve  measurements Capitalize on the value of new,  downstream uses
  6. 6. Segments mapped to the value chain Taken from “StartWithXML: Why and How” research paper, Table 2
  7. 7. Publisher lessons learned • Begin with the end in mind • Commit to sustained change – Vision, purpose, execuIon, refinement • It’s not (just) about XML More informaIon on this topic can be obtained in the “StartWithXML: Why and How” research paper, secIons 2.5 and 3.5

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