I rely on top newspapers and business magazines for ideas with my weekly IM blog. In fact, I'm not sure how I'd fare without the inspiration from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, The Economist, and the Harvard Business Review. Each of these publications focuses often on issues surrounding the measurement and analysis of business processes. And each does so with the valued perspectives of both macro forests and micro trees.

The February 25, 2010 Economist revolves on a 14-page special report entitled Data, Data Everywhere, must reading for those looking for the big-picture future of BI and analytics. Alas, I can touch on only a smattering of the covered topics there.

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