As an information management professional and leader, there is likely no greater champion for business intelligence in your organization than you. You probably have several senior managers who act as BI cheerleaders, lauding its merit.

Even with all the impetus behind the BI movement, when the chips are down and a big decision needs to be made, does BI really have an ante in the bet? How much does BI truly impact the executives in your organization? Behind all the rhetoric that values and prioritizes data-driven decision-making, is there a demonstrable interest in the use of BI by your senior management team members? When was the last time an executive called you and started the conversation with, “I was looking at the data, and ...”? 

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