To continue on last month's theme, this month we'll move forward with the approach to plan a business intelligence collaboration (BI-C) environment. Expanding on the methodology to perform a readiness assessment an organization has to accept, plan, build and implement a BI-C.

Last month we summarized the readiness assessment for the people domain. (See Figure 1 for the four domains of a BI-C program). We'll proceed with the same example, at the project level: a DW/BI application that addresses a specific, internal business need based on the measuring, monitoring and controlling a process.

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