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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Best Practices In Change And Configuration Management For BI Projects

    Metrics bring consistency and formality to project management practice. With metrics, important project decisions will be made on an informed basis. In essence, metrics bring objectivity to tools by which the progress of projects and advancement of the organization are monitored with considerable consistency, and with repeatable accuracy. When implementing...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    How To Effectively Execute Projects

    Many business intelligence projects consider themselves successful if they simply get deployed into production. As the industry matures, more structure, consistency and a repeatable process for control and deployment of such projects is desired. It is necessary to establish a model for change and configuration management that is flexible enough...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    10 Mistakes To Avoid In A Business Intelligence Delivery

    Most of us realize that knowing what needs to be done and actually doing it are two separate things. Executing your projects is not as hard as it seems. Knowing exactly who you have assigned to tasks, how long it should take them and how much work they are doing...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    BI Application Convergence: Build, Buy Or Both?

    Behind every success or failure are people. People are the only differentiators. Every Data Warehousing (DW) and Business Intelligence (BI) project, whether successful or not, teaches us something. It is generally on failures that we base our new success. BI project management requires different techniques and methods to succeed. The...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Best Practices In Change And Configuration Management For BI Projects

    Metrics bring consistency and formality to project management practice. With metrics, important project decisions will be made on an informed basis. In essence, metrics bring objectivity to tools by which the progress of projects and advancement of the organization are monitored with considerable consistency, and with repeatable accuracy. When implementing...

    Provided By SourceMedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    How To Effectively Execute Projects

    Many business intelligence projects consider themselves successful if they simply get deployed into production. As the industry matures, more structure, consistency and a repeatable process for control and deployment of such projects is desired. It is necessary to establish a model for change and configuration management that is flexible enough...

    Provided By SourceMedia

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    10 Mistakes To Avoid In A Business Intelligence Delivery

    Most of us realize that knowing what needs to be done and actually doing it are two separate things. Executing your projects is not as hard as it seems. Knowing exactly who you have assigned to tasks, how long it should take them and how much work they are doing...

    Provided By SourceMedia

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    BI Application Convergence: Build, Buy Or Both?

    Behind every success or failure are people. People are the only differentiators. Every Data Warehousing (DW) and Business Intelligence (BI) project, whether successful or not, teaches us something. It is generally on failures that we base our new success. BI project management requires different techniques and methods to succeed. The...

    Provided By SourceMedia