Business Intelligence Requirements Gathering: Ask the Right Questions!

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Business Intelligence Requirements Gathering: Ask the Right Questions!

We have discussed these things before: business intelligence requirements gathering, maintenance management, and even business intelligence for maintenance management. The following example dialog is intended as an easy way to understand how asking the right questions can lead to getting the right answers for your business when it comes to business intelligence requirements gathering. This is

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Business Process Management

Chris Taylor over at Process Excellent Network has a piece about the damp world of  Business Process Management (BPM) gaffes that struck me as interesting. In it, Taylor riffs on his seven deadly sins of BPM, which are: Taking the word management in vain Working in process silos Reinventing the wheel Making it hard to

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Poor Asset Maintenance Represents Real Risk

Good article from Mike Schmidt over at Manufacturing Business Technology about how a lack of proactive, intelligent asset management is a true risk to the organization: If you’re not managing assets properly, you don’t know what the cost of those assets are and (what the cost is) to repair those assets,” he says. “That creates a

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Piloting the Power of Business Intelligence

In several of our previous blogs we have discussed the proper way to build a business intelligence enterprise solution.  Many of you have responded in agreement with much of the content and the steps required to truly unlock the potential of BI.  However, there are a number of readers who have reached out and asked

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Who is Killing Your Project?

Prior to jumping into the world of PeopleSoft consulting, I spent many years implementing accounting solutions, as well as conducting instructor-led training for those applications.  In my years, I had some great classes, and I had some that just plain left me scratching my head.  Was it me?  Probably not: nobody except the lead developer

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