Published June 5, 2024 | Version 1.0
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Data Management Planning with the ROMPi Approach

  • 1. ROR icon Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development


Traditional data management plans (DMPs) often fail to meet FAIR output objectives due to their standalone, disentangled nature.

This presentation briefly shows an approach that prioritizes a bottom-up, researcher-project-centric perspective integrating research data management (RDM) into project management frameworks. By emphasizing project objectives and various research outputs, the Research Output Management Planning (ROMPi) Della Chiesa & Sikder (2024) empowers researchers to navigate RDM best practices, meet project goals, and ensure the delivery of research outputs that are in compliance with funder requirements.

Presented at the SaxFDM Digital Kitchen




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Peer review: 10.5334/dsj-2024-034 (DOI)
Other: 10.5281/zenodo.11108402 (DOI)
Other: 10.5281/zenodo.11108362 (DOI)


  • Smale, N, Denyer, G, Unsworth, K, Magatova, E and Barr, D 2020 A review of the history, advocacy and efficacy of data management plans. International Journal of Digital Curation 15(1): 30. DOI: