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Contributer: Dave Stodder


David Stodder is director of TDWI Research for business intelligence. He focuses on providing research-based insights and best practices for organizations implementing BI, analytics, data discovery, data visualization, performance management, and related technologies and methods. Stodder has provided thought leadership about BI, analytics, information management, and IT management for over two decades. Previously, he headed his own independent firm and served as vice president and research director with Ventana Research. He was chief founding editor of Intelligent Enterprise and served as editorial director for nine years.

  


All articles by Dave Stodder


Choosing the Right Time for Real Time

In the world of real-time BI, faster may not be better. We offer three issues to consider as you pursue real-time BI and analytics.

"Data Driven" Requires Good Data Management

From a business perspective, big data it is about competing on analytics and making the entire organization more data driven. We explore two key points organizations seeking to become more data-driven should address.

3 Emerging Trends to Watch in 2014

TDWI research director David Stodder looks at a trio of emerging technology trends he believes will have a significant impact on technology implementation.

When Planets Collide: The Need for Business/IT Collaboration

Although their responsibilities and cultures may be planets apart, organizations ultimately need what business and IT teams can only deliver together.

Data's Beauty: In the Eye of the Beholder

How can organizations use data visualization, visual analytics, and visual data discovery to improve decision-making, collaboration, and operational execution? We present three key insights from the latest TDWI research.

Bringing Big Data into Focus

Two trends to watch this year in big data.

Enterprise Data Strategy: It’s Not Magic

A data strategy that does not anticipate business and technology change will likely be doomed to irrelevance.

BI/DW Agility: Go Faster, But Not Too Fast

Organizations implementing agile methods have to ensure that project schedules allow for enough iteration to enable agile teams to uncover and incorporate new requirements into their applications. Only then will the faster pace of development create a faster path to information advantage.

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