Intelligent Business

As global competition continues to heat up as a seemingly endless string of new companies enter the global marketplace, an increasing number of international organizations are practicing business intelligence to gather the information--and provide the leverage--they need to survive and thrive. To ensure investments in business intelligence activities generate the return desired, some organizations are using project management practices to guide their information acquisition processes.. This article features four executives discussing how their organizations use project management methodologies to operate business intelligence components and describing how project management helps them effectively and efficiently implement knowledge-gathering endeavors, increase organizational capabilities, and encourage new client relationships.
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