Business Intelligence is a broad coalition of people from business, academia, data science, or just curious backgrounds. The group's page is updated frequently: I count ten articles in the last 24 hours, counting from this publication. Their content? Everything from conference announcements to employee contact list timeless articles on when to hire a CFO , to determining GDP in the age of Big Data . SQL Server Business Intelligence (Microsoft) A good base group for general information. There are certainly plugins for business and personal content, but enough links to employee contact list news articles (here Yves Mulkers on Apache Spark ).
E-guides ( like this one on Data Maturity Model and analytics and business impact ) and webinars (especially frequent links to Netcom ) to employee contact list make it worthwhile. bi_pic_2 PERFORMANCE : Mesure, Gestion, KPI, Balanced Scorecard, Business Intelligence, Analytics The performance is more focused on the practical applications of BI than on the employee contact list theoretical side, as their name suggests. This group, which has over 21,000 members, is organized around a compelling idea: that concepts like KPIs (key performance indicators) and balanced scorecards are important, but often vague.
So if you want to employee contact list refine these ideas, share information about them. The most recent articles (at the time of this writing) do a decent job of it, with material that questions the idea of data analytics and rethinks the concept of customer service as it applies to employee contact list Millennials . Big Data and Analytics This group has posted 18 posts in the last 24 hours (again, as of this writing), which is a good sign. How good are those posts, though, in a group of over 260,000 members? Interesting, first because of the people who publish (big names like Ronald Van Loon and Marcus Borba ), and the range of topics covered.