I will publish a review of this book in the near future...
Here's the chapter outline:
Introduction: A Services Approach
Chapter 1: Introduction to Governance
Chapter 2: SOA Governance Assessment and Planning
Chapter 3: Building the Service Factory
Chapter 4: Governing the Service Factory
Chapter 5: Implementing the SOA Governance Model
Chapter 6: Managing the Service Lifecycle
Chapter 7: Governance Vitality
Chapter 8: SOA Governance Case Study
Appendix A: Glossary
Appendix B: References
As I did a quick read through the book, I was interested in learning about the background of the authors, and came across the following links that may be of interest:
books.google.com has a preview avaialble of Executing SOA, A Practical Guide for the Service-Oriented Architect, by Norbert Bieberstein, Robert G. Laird, Dr. Keith Jones, and Tilak Mitra.
Executing SOA: An Interview with Robert Laird and Tilak Mitra
While I have not yet read Todd Biske's book on SOA Governance, I have been an avid reader of his blog writing, and I would say that his thoughts on SOA Governance are more in line with what seems practical to my way of thinking.
Todd's book has two additional points of merit that should be given weight:
1) The publisher is Packt Publishing - known for producing some excellent titles in recent years.
2) David Linthicum's review of the book on Amazon.com