June 27, 2011 – Even as universities address the market call for more knowledge workers, courses and programs remain too siloed to best prepare students, according to a new round up of information from academic leaders and industry hiring experts.

The second-year survey, “The State of Business Intelligence in Academia 2010,” sponsored by academic and IT industry think-tank group, Business Intelligence Congress II, includes responses from professors at 125 universities and 339 students from 62 universities around the world, as well as industry recruiters.

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