Who it is. Why it matters.
The Standards Michigan platform routinely refers to the “User-Interest” in the global standards system and the dominance of “niche verticals” that determine the cost of education communities for the final fiduciary. Today at 11 AM/ET we drill deeper into this claim by reviewing the roster of a few technical committees administered by standards setting organizations. The dominance of every interest group over the user-interest will be in plain sight. You will also see that the dominance of all other stakeholders over the user-interest is not the fault of the niche verticals. It is the fault of the user-interest and may be an unresolvable “wicked problem”.