Toolkit: Eleven Best Practices for Supporting a BICC
Published: 04 September 2006
Many firms struggle with business intelligence and performance management initiatives. We show you how a business intelligence competency center can reflect business objectives, resolve issues and support business change.
Table Of Contents
- 1) Plan for Your BICC to Be Dynamic
- 2) Define and Evolve Your Sponsor
- 3) Ensure BICC Members Are Cross-Organizational
- 4) Develop Your BICC's Mix of Business, Process and Technology
- 5) Change Your Members and Your Structure
- 6) Build on Incentives Rather Than Punishment
- 7) Create a Business-Driven Priority List
- 8) Be Able to Lead, and Follow
- 9) Work With Other Competency Centers
- 10) Create Avenues for Input and Responses
- 11) Promote Your Successes
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