Organizational Structure: Business Intelligence and Information Management
Published: 14 April 2006
Defining a balanced, empowered business intelligence and information management organizational structure is critical to the success of delivering business intelligence. Before assigning these critical tasks, assess your corporate culture, organizational structure, and the skills and competences required to fulfill them.
Table Of Contents
- Establishing the BICC
- Skills Required for the BICC
- Reporting and Accountability in the BICC
- The DMT
- Establishing a DMT
- BICC and DMT — Assigning Roles and Working Together
- Best Practices
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