Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Second Tuesday each month
September - May
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
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Many Business Intelligence efforts start with a lot enthusiasm and energy.
These are just a few statements heard many times over the years. However, when the project or program is finally completed, the optimism has been replaced by skepticism, the lofty goals adjusted downwards, and users are tired and settle for the minimally needed reports to get by. The days where people got excited about the new possibilities seem long gone.
Why does that seem to happen way too often? Can we do anything to prevent that from happening? Project environments have become more complicated; long gone are the days of building systems from scratch, on-premise with a co-located dedicated team. When teams and projects become a mix of permanent staff, third party vendors & contractors, who are sometimes even half the world away, or may not be dedicated to the project full time, more diligent action is required for project success. This presentation highlights common pitfalls and how to avoid them when it comes to Business Intelligence projects. It provides tools and pointers to set teams up for success and on a path to meaningful and helpful reporting.
Joost Bakker is a
principal at SCI & Better Practice, a consulting and team
development firm whose mission is to improve success rates and
ROI for team based efforts.
SIM Next is the premier organization on the Front Range that has a clear focus on vital topics for emerging information technology leaders.
If you want to drive change in your organization, motivate your people, and get projects done on-time and on-budget, SIM Next is a great resource for you.
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