Collaboration Under SOA: The Human Aspects

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8.6 Links to developerWorks Articles

A.8.1 Stephen Watt. Mashups-The evolution of the SOA, Part 2: Situational applications and the mashup ecosystem.

A.8.2 IBM developerWorks, SOA and Web Services zone.

A.8.3 S. E. Slack. Social computing: Maximizing the power of Web 2.0-Learn how to maintain influence and build acceptance for your ideas.

A.8.4 Luba Cherbakov, Andy J. F. Bravery, and Aroop Pandya (2007), 23 August 2007, SOA meets situational applications, Part 1: Changing computing in the enterprise,

A.8.5 Scott Laningham. developerWorks Interviews: Taking Web 2.0 into the enterprise: What mashups, social collaboration, and enhanced data management mean for the workplace.

A.8.6 Constantine Plotnikov, Artem Papkov, and Jim Smith. Java EE meets Web 2.0-Adopting asynchronous, event-driven architectures to meet the challenges of modern Web applications.

A.8.7 Anirban Dutta. The future of SOA-A service-based delivery model with Web 2.0 capabilities.

8.7 References

Bieberstein et al. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Compass: Business Value, Planning, and Enterprise Roadmap, IBM Press, 2005.

Martin van den Berg, Norbert Bieberstein, and Erik van Ommeren. SOA for Profit-A Manager's Guide to Success with Service-Oriented Architecture, IBM & Sogeti, 2007.

Bieberstein et al. "Impact of service-oriented architecture on enterprise systems, organizational structures, and individuals," IBM Systems Journal, 44:4, 2005.

Peter Weill and Joanne W. Ross. IT Governance: How Top Performers Manage IT for Superior Results, McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004.

Koen Brand and Harry Boonen. IT Governance Based on CobiT 4.0: A Management Guide, Van Haren Publishing, 2007.

Sandy Carter. The New Language of Business: SOA & Web 2.0, IBM Press, 2007.

Bob Glushko and Erik Wilde. Service Science, Management, and Engineering Lecture Series, Course 290-16, lectures at U.C. Berkeley School of Information, Spring 2007.

Luba Cherbakov et al. "Impact of service orientation at the business level," IBM Systems Journal, 44:4, 2005.

Meredith Belbin. Management Teams (2nd Edition), Academic Press, 2003.

Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton. Now, Discover Your Strengths, Free Press, 2001.

David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates. Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament Types. (3rd Edition), Prometheus Nemesis Book Company, 2001.

David M. Keirsey, Richard Milner, and Vince Wood. The Temperament Discovery System, Advisor Team, Inc., 2004.

Linda V. Berens and Dario Nardi. The 16 Personality Types, Descriptions for Self-Discovery, Telos Publications, 1999.

Tim O'Reilly. What Is Web 2.0? 2005.

IBM, The CEO Report 2007.

Kempton Lam and Nisan Gabbay. iStockphoto Case Study: How to evolve from a free community site to successful business, 2006.

Jesse James Garrett. Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications, AdaptivePath Ideas, 2005.

Roy Thomas Fielding. Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures, Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at University of California, Irvine, 2000.

RSS Advisory Board, RSS 2.0 Specification, 2007.

Chris Anderson. The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More, Hyperion, 2004. and

Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

This excerpt is from the new book, Executing SOA: A Practical Guide for the Service-Oriented Architect , authored by Norbert Bieberstein, Robert G. Laird, Keith Jones, and Tilak Mitra, published by IBM Press, May 2008, ISBN 0132366258 Copyright 2008 by International Business Machines Corporation. All rights reserved.

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