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I just read a column by automotive journalist Karl Ludvigsen in which he described a meeting between a senior Volvo executive and an influential industry analyst. As the exec later told the journalist, "'It's always interesting to meet people like that in person.'" As Ludvigsen explained in his column, "It wasn't a compliment."

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Comments (7)
Great title Jim.
Posted by Valerie V | Wednesday, December 16 2009 at 3:59PM ET
I agree with your comments. Personally I still very much agree with the principles of a BICC to implement a BI strategy - but it's all part of a natural progression and you have to be able to walk before you can run (i.e. you need to initially demonstrate value).

And don't get me started on personalities and politics!

But like I said, I still believe a BICC is the best method of implementation.

Mick

Posted by Michael G | Wednesday, December 16 2009 at 5:05PM ET
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