Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations author Clay Shirky says that a technology’s social effects—substitute “business” effects if you want — usually occur just when a technology has become boring. For example, email. It used to be something we talked about: “Do you have email?” “You mean the Internets?” And so on. […]
I was thinking about Government 2.0 at about midnight last night—when the dark, quiet world gives way to ghosts. Then it’s easy to imagine BI tools and methods opening government to the masses. Posts related to “Ghostly outlines of Government 2.0″Alteryx and Tableau, yin and yang Many of those who watch the amazing acrobatics in […]
At 8 o’clock Monday morning, a few hundred attendees at TDWI conference in Chicago will hear the organization’s former education director Dave Wells give his keynote, “People First: Creating a Business Intelligence Culture.” He’ll say something startling: there’s much more to BI than data. Posts related to “BI culture: not a science, more like an […]
I’ve been asking known BI mavens what they make of thoughts by TDWI’s recently departed education director, Dave Wells. I summarized our Q&A a few days ago here Among those who’ve responded, the consensus is that, as one person put it, “he’s got something there.” They’ll all be watching for it all to develop. The […]
TDWI’s just-departed education director Dave Wells wants the BI industry to put better focus on seeing trends in data and not so much on cleaning the data.