This week, we have a special treat for you! On this episode of Analytics on Fire, we’re featuring an exclusive interview the man who coined the term “Business Intelligence” in 1989 – Howard Dresner.
In This Episode, You'll Learn:
- Howard’s background in analytics.
- What "Collective Insights" concept is all about and how it came to be.
- The process behind Dresner Advisory’s Collective Insights report.
- Some of the biggest issues with collaboration within organizations.
- Why email is likely the worst method for sharing information and insights.
- How BI tools are currently lacking in the area of collaboration.
- The main criteria Dresner Advisory uses to rate BI tool vendors.
- Howard’s rant on the topic of the “reply all” button.
- The top five features that users want to see in BI tools.
- Howard’s concept of “Content Governance” and how it differs from data governance.
- His thoughts on best practices of content governance.
- How getting this right within your organization may affect user adoption.
- The specific job roles that can help implement this process.
- Why and how transparency gives purpose to technology.
- A potential pitfall companies might make while implementing this new approach.
Get full show notes and more information here: analyticsonfire.com/12