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Come and Get It! Making Business Intelligence More Consumable, Part 4 Evolving Toward a Mature Business Intelligence Environment for Information Workers

Originally published January 26, 2010

Claudia Imhoff and Colin White conclude their 4-part series with this article that discusses a maturity model for evolving your current business intelligence environment to one that promotes and sustains information workers.

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Posted February 1, 2010 by Boris Evelson bevelson@forrester.com

Claudia, Colin, good points. Collaboration, though, is just one of many dimensions of advanced level of BI maturity. In one of my research docs I suggest that organizations evaluate their BI maturity by governance, organization, processes, data/technology, measurement and innovation dimensions http://blogs.forrester.com/business_process/2009/12/forrester-bi-maturity-survey-results-are-in.html

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