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Business Intelligence Functional Approach Chris Frederick University of Notre Dame. Traditional BI: A pictorial summary. What you get. What you want. What happened?. Customer Unsatisfied Delivery late and incomplete Key issues: Insufficient collaboration Low accountability

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Business Intelligence Functional ApproachChris FrederickUniversity of Notre Dame


Traditional BI: A pictorial summary


What you get

What you want


What happened?

  • Customer Unsatisfied

  • Delivery late and incomplete

  • Key issues:

  • Insufficient collaboration

  • Low accountability

  • User doesn't know all the requirements up front

  • Bad data

  • No shared data definitions (lack of data governance)

  • Overly Complex and hard to maintain

  • Tools are too difficult


Waterfall didn’t work


Be Agile

A scrum board


Are we getting the right information into peoples hands?

Write user “stories” that deliver business value.


Three days later…


Priorities change

Actual Report

Original User Story


Breakthrough: In-Memory BI

The measure of its usefulness involves how easily and quickly you can ask, refine, and reframe questions of the data.


“Hot” In-Memory BI tools

Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel


Work with partners who are “shovel ready”

  • Highly motivated

  • Available - can commit people resources

  • Well understood business problem


co-locate(get out of the server room!)

Daily Stand ups are the best!


  • The product owner gives the demo.

  • IT does not give the demo.

  • Invite a broad range of campus BI users.

  • About two demos per project feels about right.

Schedule Live BI Demos


Learn in the least costly manner

Data Gov. Burned In?

Data Gov. Complete?

Relational

Data Warehouse

(star schema)

Data Governance

Process

No

Yes

No

New

Idea!

Enterprise BI

Team BI

(in-memory)

Personal BI

(in-memory)

Yes

(Key Stakeholders)

(campus-wide

fine-grain access)

(Key Stakeholders &

their team)

Increasing Data Quality and Access

1x

2x – 4x

8x

Cost of


What you get


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