The Next Frontier in Health Analytics

In my last post I talked about the changing marketplace and the need for healthcare & life science organizations to develop more efficient models for revenue cycle management and improved...

Business Intelligence Agility – A Lesson from the Cheetah (3 of 3)

Although the cheetah is popularly recognized as the fastest land animal with speeds up to 75 mph, little was known about its hunting habits in the wild until a study last year[1].  In this...

First Things First – Agile Development and Project Scope

Last week I had a chance to visit with an insurance company client undergoing a major initiative to modernize their IT infrastructure and applications that they use. In the past, they did all of...

Business Intelligence Sustainability – Playing the Whole Course (2 of 3)

During our annual family vacation last year, I was on the golf course, pondering my thoughts while I looked for my recently hit ball. My first thought was that the ball was never where I thought...

Scrum Basics: Better Daily Planning – Asking the Right Questions

When coaching teams and observing their daily planning (aka standup) meetings I often hear the following questions asked: What did you work on yesterday? What will you work on today? What is...

Business Intelligence Usability – Avoiding “Project Creep” (1 of 3)

Adopting a ‘think global, act local’ approach to your BI initiatives ensure projects don’t encounter “project creep”. This is where assets are pulled from the first project to make the...
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