Don't be shy about getting information out to clients--get pushy.
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When people think of methodology, they usually imagine the theorists of IT pontificating on the virtues of an application development strategy. Methodology, in truth, is very important to the success of a data warehousing project. Without methodology, a team can walk blindly into a dark room and come out with the stab wounds of a failed effort.
They won't be duking it out on pay-per-view any time soon, but the battle wages over who is the true Father of Data Warehousing.
If you want the whole world (wide web) in your hands, you're in luck. The latest handheld computers, like the Palm Pilot, are bringing wireless BI into the everyday world of project managers and other professionals.
Looking for the path to BI enlightenment? Here's a start.
When you really want to get to know someone, one-to-one is the best way to do it. That goes for getting to know your customers, too.
Cashing in on business intelligence presents a wealth of opportunity to the financial services industry.
Data Visualization: Take a deep, cleansing breath and ask yourself, what does it really mean?
BI isn't an official Olympic event (yet), but if you want to go for the gold on your next project, you're going to need some world-class players.
The power of technology can be intoxicating, but project success is ultimately about satisfying the users.