Thank you so much for visiting my channel on data quality. Over the upcoming months I will endeavor to share some of my experience gained from years of engagements in the area of business intelligence and data warehouse. I hope to provide some solutions for your business pains and give you some concrete things to look for as well as best practices that I have learned along the way.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions. Please let me know what you think of my articles and suggest any topics that you would like me to address. Please send any comments to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Maureen Clarry Expert Channel on Leadership and Management Channel for the BeyeNETWORK.
There are more than 500 channels available on my TV, and I find myself consistently drawn to a select few. Although I don't tune into TV regularly, I choose the channels that resonate with my interests and help me to learn, the ones that are entertaining and give me a break from the demands of everyday life. I hope that's what this Leadership and Management Channel will become - a place for you to learn and perhaps reflect on the entertaining and challenging stories related to working with human beings. Technology is definitely interesting, but people? Never a dull moment!
Over 15 years ago, I was inspired by a variety of factors to quit my job at General Electric and become an entrepreneur. Those factors included a conversation with Bill Inmon, an experience of My Best Project and a book by Charles Savage called Fifth Generation Management. My business and network of business intelligence contacts have grown extensively, and the knowledge and experience that continues to be shared is depressing, inspiring, practical and thought-provoking. Networking continues to be a key value, and I hope you'll share your leadership and management experiences, stories and questions by tuning in to this channel and/or contacting me at email@example.com.
Welcome to the Ronald Damhof channel for the BeyeNETWORK. This channel is all about Decision Support and Data Management. Most people will translate these subjects into Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, but in my opinion that just won't cut these days.
Two aspects concerning Decision Support and Data Management can be considered an important theme throughout this channel; Rigor and Relevance and the difficult balance between these two. On the one hand we need more rigor, more depth, more theory building, more empirical proof on important issues and solutions that are written down or are even implemented. On the other hand we need also relevance; spending resources of any kind to issues or solutions nobody needs is just 'blowing smoke' and creates a mish-mash of fuzzy thinking and incomprehensible jargon (J.Dearden-1980-MIS is a Mirage (Harvard Business Review).
Researches and practitioners are the ones that hold in their hands the responsibility of bringing rigor and relevance to the table and thus contribute to the body of knowledge regarding Decision Support and Data Management.
This channel is an attempt to function as a voice for anyone that wants to listen or contribute to the above. Please feel free to share your ideas, tips, articles, whitepapers or whatever. My contact details are:
Mobile: +31 6 269 671 84
Welcome to my expert channel on trends in business intelligence (BI), case studies and my thoughts on business intelligence and business integration. I hope to make use of surveys to track what is happening in the local marketplace and will tap into other parts of the world on occasion to see what is happening in other countries.
I plan to cover most areas of business intelligence including enterprise data management, master data, data integration and data quality, BI tools and services, and performance management. With respect to business integration, I will also look at how combining service-oriented architectures (SOA) and BI Web services is allowing business intelligence to be integrated into mainstream operational business processes. See how BI Web services and event-driven automated analysis are changing the role of BI systems into one where BI is helping operations personnel contribute to business performance. We will look at BI integration with applications, business processes, collaboration and portals to show how BI in a SOA is moving us from business intelligence to intelligent business.
Welcome to the Claudia Imhoff Channel for the BeyeNETWORK.
Whether you're a novice or an old hand at planning, designing, implementing or maintaining Business Intelligence (BI) environments, this channel is for you. It delivers a wealth of knowledge on nearly all aspects of BI, including architectural solutions, best practices, new and future trends in technology, guidance on soft issues like organizational/cultural issues and more.
Each month, you'll find useful insights, relevant information and constant commentary on the state of the BI industry. I welcome your comments, suggestions or observations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input is what makes this channel better for all of us.
I hope you make it your "go to" channel for practical advice and help for any BI problems, regardless of industry or environment.
Welcome to the Bill Inmon Channel for the BeyeNETWORK.
Over the years, the most demanding leading-edge practitioners and users have accessed my architecture, design techniques and best practices for the data warehouse through my books, articles and live seminars.
Now, using this faster, interactive Channel, you can electronically access all aspects of data warehousing, including RSS feeds and blogs. The blog, which will provide useful insights and constant commentary on the state of the data warehousing industry, will be hosted by Dan Linstedt. It will allow you to exchange your views with me on a real-time basis.
Remember, your input makes the Channel relevant and dynamic for all of us.