We sometimes think of the "wisdom of crowds" as a big sample of people who come to a consensus of agreement about something, like those throngs we see marching down streets on TV. Most crowds, on the other hand, have more nuance than that, like at the ballpark where opinions can diverge sharply once you get past the love of the game.
That's the way I'm looking at Howard Dresner's latest Wisdom of Crowds BI Market Survey, which I promised to give a shout out to before it ends this week. If you get a chance, take the survey and help what seems to be a good crowd effort to help get a better look at what BI is considered these days and how people are putting it to use.
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