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Articles by Dr. Ramon Barquin

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No Excuses: Governing to Solve Problems Summary
As one of the co-chairs for the 2010 ELC Track Planning Committee, Dr. Barquin explains that the conference will focus on the hottest topics in government IT: health care, sustainability, cybersecurity and performance.

Topics: Information Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
09-21-2010
To Data Mine or Not to Data Mine in the Fight Against Terrorism Summary
Data mining clearly holds some promise in dealing with the explosion of data in the 21st century. The problem that it faces is the classic dual-use dilemma: How can we perform data mining and protect ourselves from the potential for harm?

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
08-24-2010
IT Jobs Are Growing: Where is Business Intelligence? Summary
As business intelligence practitioners look to the job market as a factor in economic or social analysis, it is important to have a sense of how the IT professions themselves are performing in these times.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
07-20-2010
Open Government and Business Intelligence: The People Factor Summary
There have been several very promising appointments and confirmations from the White House that should be good news for business intelligence practitioners.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
06-07-2010
Business Intelligence and Federal CIO Priorities Summary
Are the priorities of CIOs skewed in the wrong direction? Ramon Barquin posits that CIOs, whether in government or in the private sector, must have priorities that mirror and support the goals and strategies of their enterprises.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
05-04-2010
Sustainability in the Federal Government: The State of Green IT Summary
Sustainable or "green" IT means different things to different people but it has implications for the manufacture, management, utilization and disposal of IT, and, thus, indicates opportunity for business intelligence.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Green IT

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
04-20-2010
Emerging Business Intelligence Opportunity – Mobilizing the Federal Workforce Summary
The focus of this article is the move to “mobilize” the Federal workforce and redefine where it does its work. Workforce and workplace mobilization will create significant new opportunities for business intelligence providers.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin, Ed Vitalos | 0 comments
03-23-2010
The Rule of 151: How to Move Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence from Margin to Mainstream Summary
Here are the 3 principles to follow if you are charged with introducing BI to your organization.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin, Ms. Chris Coleman | 0 comments
02-16-2010
What the Healthcare Reform Effort Needs is Better Business Intelligence Summary
Decision making in health reform, as in so many other areas, will depend on how we can inform ourselves and our lawmakers about the facts. Dr. Barquin emphatically states that business intelligence tools and techniques need to be applied to this critical area.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
01-11-2010
Dashboards, Dashboards Everywhere Summary
There is a new administration, and dashboards are cropping up everywhere – an auspicious start for a government that aspires to be transparent, collaborative and participative. And this is also good news for BI practitioners since it will provide us with more, and hopefully better, sources with which to work the problems at hand.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
11-30-2009
Knowledge Management in the Federal Government: What’s Happening? Summary
Dr. Ramon Barquin takes a look at federal knowledge management. The support of the current administration may enable yet unforeseen advancements in the discipline.

Topics: Information Management, Knowledge Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
10-19-2009
Business Intelligence, the Cloud and the Government Summary
Dr. Barquin reviews the impact of the Federal CIO’s announcement that the government has now officially entered the cloud computing space.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
09-22-2009
An Important Benchmark for Federal Knowledge Management Summary
Ramon Barquin describes how the Knowledge Management Conference has become the premier forum for knowledge management in the public sector.

Topics: Information Management, Knowledge Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
08-18-2009
Business Intelligence Led Modernization and Improvement of Correctional Services: Lessons from Abroad Summary
Ramon Barquin and Louise Inman look at how business intelligence can be used to understand an organization’s inputs, outputs and outcomes to help ensure that an agency better understands the details of the services it provides: what works, which programs are cost effective and which programs do not deliver their desired outcomes or are just inefficient.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Performance Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin, Louise Inman | 0 comments
07-13-2009
ARRA Will be a Boon for Business Intelligence Summary
Ramon Barquin discusses why the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is a golden opportunity for business intelligence practitioners.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
06-16-2009

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