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September 28, 2017
It’s a common failing. With so much to be done and so little time to do it, the processes and procedures for closing out projects cleanly can sometimes be neglected. Though the kudos for cleaning up are few, the tasks are critical. A pair of this issue’s articles will explain why.
August 16, 2017
By Ted Cuzzillo
The "smart city" buzz is loud, but smart cities themselves are still young. In this Ten Mistakes to Avoid, Ted Cuzzillo identifies the most common mistakes vendors, leaders, and administrators are making as they create and manage smart cities.
May 22, 2017
Psychologists know that the hardest thing to change is someone’s mind—even when it’s your own. Established practice and engrained habit can be powerful forces to overcome. However, this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal might give you a few reasons to do just that.
April 21, 2017
By William McKnight
Companies everywhere are realizing that data is a key asset that can directly impact business goals. Yet, in some enterprises, awareness of data’s value doesn’t translate into increased data maturity and modernization. In this Ten Mistakes to Avoid, William McKnight identifies the misguided practices that cause the most friction in modernization efforts and the journey to higher data maturity.
March 14, 2017
Average bonuses soared 19.8 percent in 2016, to $17,210. Read more in the 2017 TDWI Salary, Roles, and Responsibilities Report.
February 27, 2017
There’s never enough time to do it right but there’s always enough time to do it over. In this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal we look at best practices -- including ways to manage teams -- that can help you get things right the first time.
January 31, 2017
By Fern Halper and Martin Pacino
Organizations are moving past traditional structured data and are embracing text data from emails, machine-generated data, and streaming data to enhance their analyses. Data science is an outgrowth of this of this evolution, but many companies are still in the early stages of their data science efforts. In this Ten Mistakes to Avoid, TDWI’s Fern Halper and Martin Pacino identify the mistakes most detrimental to building out a successful data science program.
December 14, 2016
Communication is vital to BI project success and project management is the subject of several articles in this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal. This issue also takes a look at safety and security from several different points of view.
November 3, 2016
By Nancy Williams and Steve Williams
The benefits of business intelligence—and now big data analytics—may be couched in different business terms, but there has to be a connection to increased profits if there is to be a return on a BI investment. This Ten Mistakes to Avoid examines some of the key, commonly encountered BI strategy challenges faced by major companies across a wide range of industries.
September 14, 2016
No matter how advanced your technology stack, BI success is as much about people and processes as it is about processing speed. This issue of the Business Intelligence Journal takes a closer look at several different ways to solve the people problems that occur in data management and analytics programs, from improving inefficient organizational structures to saving a faltering self-service initiative.