The Standards Game

Archive for October 2012

 

OpenStand Principle 1: Cooperation

The first principle of the OpenStand modern paradigm for global standardization is “Cooperation”. It is elaborated with “Respectful cooperation between standards organizations, whereby each respects the autonomy, integrity, processes, and intellectual property rules of the others.” There are hundreds, if not thousands, of organizations in the world that create standards to benefit society in countless […]

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The modern standardization paradigm is here: OpenStand!

A few months ago, I wrote about a new paradigm that is emerging for producing global standards that are driven by markets and industries. That paradigm is here now and guess what? It’s not really new at all. It’s been effectively used for decades as evidenced by such things as standards that the Internet is […]

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