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Claudia Imhoff

Welcome to my blog.

This is another means for me to communicate, educate and participate within the Business Intelligence industry. It is a perfect forum for airing opinions, thoughts, vendor and client updates, problems and questions. To maximize the blog's value, it must be a participative venue. This means I will look forward to hearing from you often, since your input is vital to the blog's success. All I ask is that you treat me, the blog, and everyone who uses it with respect.

So...check it out every week to see what is new and exciting in our ever changing BI world.

About the author >

A thought leader, visionary, and practitioner, Claudia Imhoff, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on analytics, business intelligence, and the architectures to support these initiatives. Dr. Imhoff has co-authored five books on these subjects and writes articles (totaling more than 150) for technical and business magazines.

She is also the Founder of the Boulder BI Brain Trust, a consortium of independent analysts and consultants (www.BBBT.us). You can follow them on Twitter at #BBBT

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Sometimes I run across a story that is just too amazing to pass up. This one had me just shaking my head in disbelief. No, it has nothing to do with BI, data warehousing or even business unless an analogy can be drawn. Be warned though -- If you have a weak stomach, stop reading now.

Posted October 7, 2005 2:27 PM
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According to an article written by John Hazzard, 45% of US IT Executives who responded to an August survey said their companies would not be ready by July 2006 to meet the message retention requirements mandated by Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) governing corporate information!

Posted September 30, 2005 3:17 PM
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There are several sequential and predictable steps that occur as an employee moves in the direction of leaving his or her current employer. I underscored the predictable part because it seems that some managers are so busy or clueless that they would not notice if their employees walked around with signs hanging off them stating "Hate my job -- hate my boss" or "Looking for anything better than this!"

Here are a few of these steps and why they occur...

Posted September 23, 2005 7:59 AM
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Yesterday, a JetBlue airliner had to make an emergency landing in Los Angeles due to a malfunctioning nose wheel. Apparently the pilot could detect that the nose wheel was stuck sideways and would not face forward upon landing. The video of the landing is astounding but even more astounding was the fact that the pilot was able to keep the plane going straight down the runway -- never veering to one side or the other. Now that's a pilot! The passengers were scared but fortunately unhurt.

Click here to see the video (unfortunately you have to endure an ad first...)

Posted September 22, 2005 2:11 PM
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I just got back from the Teradata user conference - PARTNERS -- in not-so-sunny Orlando. The weather was not the greatest but the conference, in which 3200 attendees showed up, sure was. From an excruciatingly funny keynote address given by Scott Adams (creator of the Dilbert comic strip) to numerous informative sessions to interesting conversations in between sessions with customers and employees of Teradata, it was a most enjoyable time. Here is a highlight from just one session I attended. It was given by Mohan Sawhney, a professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Posted September 21, 2005 9:02 AM
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