Courses and Training

February 3, 2009

Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing Emerging Trends (but not breakouts): 9 for ’09

Just like Goldilocks and the Three Bears we are looking at what is too hot, too cold and just right. So far we have discussed our […]
January 7, 2009

Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing Trends: 9 for ’09

“It’s the economy, stupid” will be the dominant theme for 2009. A recession, consumer and corporate anxiety, and constrained IT spending will challenge rational thought. Although […]
December 18, 2008

The Business Intelligence director’s 2009 letter to Santa

I’ve written letters to Santa before requesting gifts that data management and data warehousing managers would appreciate. With the current economic climate, many business intelligence (BI) […]
December 15, 2008

Letters to Santa

In previous years has posted my articles with letters to Santa. Until the new one is published later this week, here's a reminder of what […]
October 16, 2008

Recovering from the Accidental Architecture

In my article “The Accidental Architecture,” I discussed how enterprises have evolved their data warehousing (DW) and business intelligence (BI) projects without a planned architecture. This […]
October 14, 2008

The Accidental Architecture

When you plan to build a house, you start with what you want and can afford. You decide on architectural style, size and number of rooms. […]