In business intelligence, and information management generally, it can be as politically touchy to suggest there's been progress as it is to say there's a problem in the first place.

Trendy terms can get you in trouble when you're selling ideas to people who are already heavily invested mentally and time-wise in their jobs. That might have a part in why the last couple of discussions in this space about governance touched off a bit of antipathy among both IT and business parties.

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