Business Intelligence Books
Successful Business Intelligence: Secrets to Making BI a Killer App
By Cindi Howson
Published on 2007-11-26
For an organization to successfully leverage its investment in business intelligence, simply having the best technical infrastructure is not enough. Other factors, such as provider the right users with the right tools, having an organization setup that is built to take advantage of the BI insight, are also very important. This book looks at real-life examples to tell us what makes for a successful BI investment.
Business Intelligence For Dummies
By Swain Scheps
Published on 2008-01-10
Discusses Business Intelligence usage, typical BI lifecycle, and BI implementation efforts. This book is aimed at people who are new to the area of business intelligence.
Business Intelligence Strategy; A Practical Guide for Achieving BI Excellence
By John Boyer, Bill Frank, Brian Green, Tracy Harris, and Kay Van De Vanter
Published on 2010-11-01
Geared toward IT management and business executives seeking to excel in business intelligence initiatives, this practical guide explores creating business alignment strategies that help prioritize business requirements, build organizational and cultural strategies, increase IT efficiency, and promote user adoption.