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Business Intelligence Project Guide


There is a general need for more pervasive Business Intelligence [BI] skills in most organization.

Many IT managers and business managers mistakenly believe that their current IT staff - data architects, data stewards, data integrators know sufficient about BI to take on this task. This is one of the biggest mistakes in BI planning and implementation.

BI teams mandate very specific skill sets - not understood by management. The method of deploying BI is different than other IT projects, so skills required are also different.

This difference must be communicated to management before any BI Program commences.

In this section we look at:

Also See: BI Program Guidelines

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THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION

A Strategic Guide To Corporate Performance Using Business Intelligence

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