University of Teesside
Business Intelligence (BI) as a socio-technical concept emerged to help managers especially in their decision making tasks. Managers with different style of decision making began to make use of BI in their own ways. However, could managers with different style in decision making take advantage of BI in the same way? Does BI provide each category exactly what it needs? If not, what do different styles expect from BI? How BI could satisfy them? By using a well-known theory in decision making style and considering theories discussed about BI capabilities, this paper proposes a framework that defines appropriate BI capabilities which best fit each of the decision making styles' requirements.