Why is project management for a data warehouse different than most other applications? The answer is - a data warehouse is never really a completed project. Although there are phases with start and end dates, the data warehouse itself never reaches an end state until it is terminated.
Data warehouses are a different breed. They are organic and need to be nurtured to grow. Being organic, they are ever changing: dynamic, in other words. This is what makes project management for a data warehouse so unique and challenging.
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