Lessons learned in creating a BI Strategy
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Have you created your BI Strategy? If not, you can get started with lessons learned in a podcast from the team that brought you the book “BI Strategy: A Practical Guide to Achieving BI Excellence”. In a three-part series over the next few weeks, you can hear about the experiences of:
- John Boyer, Manager, BI Center of Excellence, at The Nielsen Company
- Bill Frank, Technology Manager, BI Practice, at Johnson & Johnson
- Brian Green, Manager of BI and Performance Management at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee
- Kay Van De Vanter, Enterprise BI Architect and BICC Lead at The Boeing Company
And myself (the fifth author) as we share practical advice on how to get more strategic in the use of analytics to help your organization outperform.
In this series, you’ll hear about how organizations can design a strategy that promotes business alignment, get practical advice on organizational design and culture as well as benefit from their pooled knowledge on technology strategy.
In this first episode, the team deep dives on the “Business Alignment Strategy” which sets the stage for how you define your stakeholders, map to the business needs of the organization and prioritize the many different projects that come to light when success is realized.