Here’s a quick year-in-review of my favorite blog posts for 2009.
The Social Network Analyzer prototype unveiled in a previous blog post was available on demand. It can now be downloaded and used within your own organization (or even just on your PC) from the SAP Innovation Center site. Enterprise social network analysis is clearly an essential part of getting a real return on investment on Web …
These SAP BusinessObjects users think they know everything!
What do you mean you don’t know what I’ve been up to recently?! Just Google me!
A business intelligence cartoon: It’s not you. It’s your data.
I just stumbled across an old post of mine, and couldn’t help reposting some of it in the light of recent events. All those financial wizards were making a fortune based on the money they were “creating” — money that has since turned out to be largely fictitious. Top hedge fund managers were earning more …
Cartoon: a BI incompetency center in action
There’s increasing agreement that business intelligence and performance management technology has to go further than “just” data, analysis, and planning, to helping with the intrinsically human process of making decisions.
Today, most corporate decision-making happens in meetings and conference calls, with little support from technology. As a process, it functions, but most of us would be hard-pressed to call it optimized. How can we integrate BI technology with decision-making best practice?
Do Web 2.0 managers actually ever meet their employees? Not if they can help it…