You are here: If you want your organization to reach the genius level of BI, you have to build a solid strategy. Here is a roadmap to help you get going.
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Merely tracking your customers' habits isn't building a relationship--it's stalking, and it's no more effective than following someone around town hoping to get a date. If you want any relationship to work, you need to be smart about it.
Smarten Up: Building an Intelligent Corporation
Part 3: Building and Delivering a Quality Product on Time
You know who your customers are, you know what they want, but you'll never keep them happy if you can't deliver the goods.
Dot-coms look just like little gold nuggets to "clicks and mortar" corporations trying to get an edge on Wall Street. Don't be distracted by the shiny objects--you'll only lose strategic advantage.
Have you looked at yourself? Relationships within an organization can play as big a role as customer relationships when you're building an intelligent business.
The latest release from MicroStrategy touts itself as a data mining tool to take you to the next level of business intelligence. No doubt, it's new, but is it a legitimate data mining tool? Here's how you can identify the real deal.
Frustrated by flight delays, clueless attendants and thankless airline management? Imagine the difference BI could make to your air travel experience.
Want to get the undying grattitude of your PM peers and more importantly, those above you? Try initiating a BI project management initiative. If you can successfully calculate how long your project will take and how much it will cost, you've made it.
You can walk the walk. Make sure you can talk the talk with this guide to BI buzzwords.
The line between business intelligence and invasion of privacy is thin indeed. And with the media feeding the public's paranoia, the chances of finding yourself in legal trouble are all too real. Be careful, be prepared, and you won't have to be afraid.