People, Process, Politics

January 3, 2016

The Four Legs of a Successful Business Intelligence (BI) Project Team

A successful BI project team is like a four-legged table – each leg holds up its share of the weight. Remove one and the project wobbles. […]
June 8, 2011

ICC – Sponsorship, Investments & Organizations

Some of my recent posts have discussed how people, politics and projects have established integration silos throughout an enterprise that are costly, inefficient and inhibit the […]
May 25, 2011

Two Titanic Data Governance Mistakes

In the post Getting Down To Business with People and Policies. I discussed the fact that people and policies need to be on the front burner […]
May 18, 2011

Getting Down To Business with People and Policies

In the last several posts we discussed how people, policies and products are essential to successful Master Data Management (MDM) and Customer Data Integration (CDI) programs. […]
August 25, 2009

People, Process & Politics: Pros & Cons of ICC Organizational Models

As we discussed in my last People, Process & Politics post, the four organizational models most often used to implement ICCs are: common practices, technology standards, […]
July 31, 2009

People, Process & Politics: Integration Competency Centers

In our “People, Process & Politics” series we have discussed how non-technical aspects of business intelligence, data integration or data warehousing projects are the critical components of […]