A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management
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22 22 = 1.3.2 Manage Collaborations and Partnerships =
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24 -Collaborations and partnerships in RDM may take place at all organizational levels and among any number of community members. Large-scale collaborations and partnerships include examples such as [[DataONE>>url:http://www.dataone.org/||rel="__blank"]] and the [[Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)>>url:http://www.ligo.caltech.edu/||rel="__blank"]]. There are also regional, disciplinary-based collaborations (e.g., the [[Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study>>url:http://hubbardbrook.org/||rel="__blank"]]) and many within-institutional-units collaborations for research data management (e.g., [[Cornell University's Research Data Management Service Group>>url:https://confluence.cornell.edu/display/rdmsgweb/Home]]). The goals of collaboration and partnership management are to keep the collaborators and partners aware of the shared purpose, gain consensus on problem solving, engage them in the process, and make sure sharing between the parties involved.
24 +Collaborations and partnerships in RDM may take place at all organizational levels and among any number of community members. Large-scale collaborations and partnerships include examples such as DataONE ([[https:~~/~~/www.dataone.org/>>url:https://www.dataone.org/||rel="__blank"]]) and the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO, [[http:~~/~~/www.ligo.caltech.edu/>>url:http://www.ligo.caltech.edu/||rel="__blank"]]). There are also regional, disciplinary-based collaborations (e.g., the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study, [[http:~~/~~/hubbardbrook.org/>>url:http://hubbardbrook.org/||rel="__blank"]]) and many within-institutional-units collaborations for research data management (e.g., Cornell University's Research Data Management Service Group, [[https:~~/~~/confluence.cornell.edu/display/rdmsgweb/Home>>url:https://confluence.cornell.edu/display/rdmsgweb/Home||rel="__blank"]]). The goals of collaboration and partnership management are to keep the collaborators and partners aware of the shared purpose, gain consensus on problem solving, engage them in the process, and make sure sharing between the parties involved.
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26 -Maintaining communication policies (described in [[1.1.4 Develop Communication Policies>>doc:1\.1 ||rel="__blank"]]) is crucial in managing collaborations and partnerships. Regular meetings should be held and other communication methods used for awareness, sharing, motivating, and engaging purposes. Whether collaboration scale is large or small, decisions reached and notes taken during meetings or through asynchronous channels should be carefully documented and shared among collaborators and partners.
26 +Maintaining communication policies (described in [[1.1.4 Develop communication policies>>url:http://rdm.ischool.syr.edu/xwiki/bin/view/CMM+for+RDM/1.1+#H1.1.4Developcommunicationpolicies||rel="__blank"]]) is crucial in managing collaborations and partnerships. Regular meetings should be held and other communication methods used for awareness, sharing, motivating, and engaging purposes. Whether collaboration scale is large or small, decisions reached and notes taken during meetings or through asynchronous channels should be carefully documented and shared among collaborators and partners.
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28 28 = 1.3.3 Create Actionable RDM Plans =
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