As many of you know, I grew up as a BI and Data warehousing guy – I have implemented BI for a lot of users across the world . I have collected requirements from shipping clerks as well as CXOs , and in at least a dozen different languages. I have spent countless hours thinkingContinue reading “I have a whole new appreciation of Business Intelligence now”
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So You Badly Want To Do Self Service BI, eh?
Every one and his neighbor wants self service BI. What does it take to get it? Is it even reasonable to expect that significant parts of BI can be self service enabled? For one, self service is loosely defined, at least in the BI world. First – no enterprise BI tool is reallyContinue reading “So You Badly Want To Do Self Service BI, eh?”
Too much of analysis + Too little of synthesis = Sub-optimal decisions
I remember a high school lesson on analysis and synthesis – with the teacher emphasising why they should always go hand-in-hand in a complimentary manner. It apparently did not register very deeply in my mind – and for a number of years, I was a bigger fan of analysis than one of synthesis. Higher educationContinue reading “Too much of analysis + Too little of synthesis = Sub-optimal decisions”