Some of our top Business Intelligence tweets

April 14, 2009
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Properly done BI or dashboard requirements interviews should leave person wanting to keep going, not looking at their watch. @markmadsen Exactly! that’s why we created the Periodic Table of Business: http://tinyurl.com/c459rw @rondimon you have an interesting approach in yours Periodic…

Properly done BI or dashboard requirements interviews should leave person wanting to keep going, not looking at their watch.  @markmadsen Exactly! that's why we created the Periodic Table of Business: http://tinyurl.com/c459rw


@rondimon you have an interesting approach in yours Periodic Table of Business @marcusborba – Thanks! We use it for Business Intelligence requirements, metrics audits, and Business/IT alignment. http://tr.im/iEqZ


Creating the future: Royal Bank of Canada CEO:http://tr.im/inmX and 3 Laws of Performance:http://tr.im/innh - what's possible?


@marcusborba - Many thanks for the review of the article at http://tr.im/icGJ

From @LTucci - Gartner: IT budgets in 2009 are like a ‘ham and cheese sandwich’ - http://tr.im/i8Vp

RT @cfocoach: CFO's role in navigating the downturnhttp://tinyurl.com/dn2l6t #cfo reduce working capital by tightening up management.

RT @samuelchall … lots of goodies in the First Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Index –http://tr.im/i22d

Wow – Rohm and Haas implements open source dashboard, saves at least $2M on SAP (BO) costs - http://tr.im/hZ78

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Human Resources has been our most popular blog entry lately: http://tr.im/hSEM

RT @ericbryn: Excellent tips on setting Key Performance Indicators for your company http://bit.ly/FRqz - also seehttp://tr.im/hPI5 #KPI

What IT really needs is more business direction –http://tr.im/hPGS - this usually results in Business Intelligence initiatives #KPI

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