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Business Intelligence Journal

The Business Intelligence Journal is an in-depth, unbiased information resource for data management and anlytics professionals. This quarterly publication provides fresh ideas and perspectives to help organizations operate more intelligently. It provides actionable insight on how to plan, build, and deploy business intelligence and data warehousing solutions. The Business Intelligence Journal is exclusively for TDWI members.

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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol 22, No 2

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.


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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 22, No. 1

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.


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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 21, No. 4

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.


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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 21, No. 3

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.


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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 21, No. 2

June 13, 2016

Customers are constantly looking for what’s fresh, what’s innovative—what’s new. In this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal we look at what’s new in the enterprise for BI: new cultures and mindsets, new technologies, and new ways of working.


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Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 21, No. 1

March 11, 2016

If your enterprise isn’t always looking for better ways to do things, you won’t move or stay ahead. In this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal we look at companies and the moves they’re making, as well as moves you can make in your own environment.


Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 20, No. 4

December 7, 2015

  Getting in while getting it right. That’s the focus of this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal.


Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 20, No. 3

September 14, 2015

  When you face a problem, do you look for innovative solutions? Do you look for new ways to think about an issue, think about new methods or technologies, or consider new approaches to getting the work done? Download this issue of the Business Intelligence Journal to examine several innovative ways to tackle problems and look at some of the innovation solutions that may help you solve some of the BI user’s biggest problems.


Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 20, No. 2

June 15, 2015

  It’s rare to be faced with a black or white, either/or choice. So it is, too, in this issue issue’s Experts’ Perspective column. Download the issue for our experts' varied approaches to a problem. Plus, examine the role of BI director; explore data warehouse design for big data; and read several use cases for big data analytics. In addition, Barry Devlin takes a new look at conceptual- and logical-level architectures.


Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 20, No. 1

March 16, 2015

  Download this issue and learn which data-related technologies are attracting more interest in the age of big data; learn about the intersection of technologies that allow us to work with data in the cloud; find out whether big data spells the end of traditional data warehouse architecture; and more.


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