Summary: This course is a foundation course for designing, building/reengineering, and operating a customized BI environment that leverages data warehousing and delivers superior business value. It presents the DecisionPath Consulting BI/DW approach—the BI Pathway.
When: February 16, 2012; 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Where: Winter 2012 TDWI World Conference, Las Vegas, NV
This course is a foundation course for designing, building/reengineering, and operating a customized BI environment that leverages data warehousing and delivers superior business value. It presents the DecisionPath Consulting BI/DW approach—the BI Pathway.
Building on the core concepts and highly successful fundamentals that have been central to data warehousing over the years, this course will help your organization ensure the true business requirements for BI/DW are completely understood and the BI/DW environment provides actionable information that makes a difference to your business.
Through practical application of proven methods, your BI/DW initiatives can avoid the failures some organizations have experienced, gain user commitment, and ensure that the investment in BI/DW pays substantial dividends.
Participants Will Learn
- Straightforward, business-oriented methods for identifying high-impactdata warehousing and business intelligence opportunities and the associated business information requirements
- How to use BI-focused architectures to align and integrate BI/DW information delivery with strategic, tactical, and operational business processes that drive business value
- How to use the BI Pathway approach to guide BI/DW development, deployment, and integration with key, high-impact business processes
- How to manage rapid data mart delivery within overarching, BI-focused architectures and BI Pathway
- How to approach key topics and techniques such as the use of prototypes, achieving sponsor/business-user commitment, and evolving the BI/DW environment over time to maintain business value
- Program managers; project managers; business analysts; data designers and architects; business managers and knowledge workers; ETL designers and developers; BI application designers and developers