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The Harvard Business Review and BI


This is not the OpenBI Forum article that was scheduled for February. Immediately after the holidays, I planned my first three columns for 2007, actually outlining the first and second. After posting "Strategy and BI" at the end of January, I was about to start writing the next column when I received my February Harvard Business Review (HBR) in the mail. While browsing that edition, I both made a decision and came to a conclusion: 1) I would postpone my planned column to write on several important points I'd seen in the February HBR; and 2) I would recommend that HBR be on the short reading list of every serious business intelligence (BI) practitioner.

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