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Multi–Criteria Business Intelligence approach (MCBI) is used to enhance Business Intelligence Applications (BIA) by applying Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) techniques. MCBI approach presents a methodology to evaluate and select business decisions according to MCBI model. This methodology is based on the quantitative and qualitative methodologies to generate recommended business decisions to be implemented. MCBI approach consists of a set of models, descriptions and analysis methodologies that systematically exploit the available data to retrieve information, knowledge and advice useful in supporting complex decision making processes according to many criteria and alternatives. MCBI model consists of five major stages; the first stage determines business objectives, problem definition and main goals. The second stage collects data resources. The third stage builds unified databases to perform analytical and mining processes for business data through Business Intelligence Processing Unit (BIPU) in fourth stage. The fifth stage evaluates the business decisions to select the appropriate and optimal solutions to enhance national economy and food security as a case study.
Praise for Business Intelligence Success Factors: Tools for Aligning your business in the Global Economy «Olivia Parr Rud does a remarkable job of weaving together many topics in a strategic way. As 'quants,' we're fascinated with data and fact-based decision-making. But success only comes when you consider the human factor, especially effective communications. Making topics like evolutionary biology, complexity science, and systems thinking relevant for business success is a unique and compelling view. As Max Frisch said, 'We hired workers and human beings came instead.'» —Anne Milley, Senior Director, Technology Product Marketing, SAS «Business Intelligence Success Factors is a must-read for anyone implementing BI on an organizational level. This book explains the business landscape and the underlying reasons for our current volatility, offering clear guidance on navigating our information rich global economy.» —Ron Powell, Editorial Director, Business Intelligence Network Transform challenges into opportunities with emerging Business Intelligence technologies Written by an expert in data mining and statistical analysis, this valuable resource unveils the connection between the increased use of BI and the need for new, proven theories and models in BI, as well as the guidance to implement them successfully in your organization. Are you ready to become adaptable? Learn how to harness today's rapidly evolving global economy with Business Intelligence Success Factors.
An essential how-to guide for experienced DBAs on the most significant product release since 2005! Microsoft SQL Server 2012 will have major changes throughout the SQL Server and will impact how DBAs administer the database. With this book, a team of well-known SQL Server experts introduces the many new features of the most recent version of SQL Server and deciphers how these changes will affect the methods that administrators have been using for years. Loaded with unique tips, tricks, and workarounds for handling the most difficult SQL Server admin issues, this how-to guide deciphers topics such as performance tuning, backup and recovery, scaling and replication, clustering, and security. Serves as a must-have how-to guide on the new features of the 2012 release of Microsoft SQL Server Walks you through ways to manage and monitor SQL Server and automate administration Guides you through SQL Azure for cloud computing, data replication, and data warehouse performance improvements Addresses client-connectivity enhancements, new features that ensure high availability of mission-critical applications, and tighter integration with Excel and SharePoint for data analysis and reporting Highlights major changes to the suite of SQL Server BI tools, including integration, reporting, and analysis services Includes real-world case examples and best practices from Microsoft insiders If you're a database administrator eager to get started with the newest version of SQL Server, then this book is essential reading.
In October 2011 Gartner highlighted cloud computing as one of the Top Ten Strategic Technologies for 2012, whereby a strategic technology is a technology “with the potential for significant impact on the enterprise in the next three years”. Also Gartner forecasts the “worldwide market for business intelligence (BI) software is […] to grow 9.7 percent to reach US $ 10.8 billion in 2011”. These two reports from Gartner show that any company working either with cloud computing or business intelligence technologies should consider combining their approach with the other one. Moreover companies which are planning to make the move to one of these technologies should also think about the benefit of this combination. Also the increasing relevance of concepts like mobile business intelligence, which provides the ability to do analytical work on a phone or a tablet, makes cloud services more and more attractive for companies. This thesis will show how to build a business intelligence application from end to end with Windows Azure. It shows what is currently possible, what can be done with some effort and where current limitations are. The result of this thesis will be a roadmap for decisions makers, which will help IT managers decide if subsets of a business intelligence solution in Windows Azure can be completely or partly created in their company.
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It's the Subtleties that Matter! What is the real difference between competent leader and extraordinary executive? Is it pedigree, experience, intelligence? The answer is yes…and much more. Exceptional leadership hinges on a complex interaction between individual psychology and unique business needs. At the top rung of the ladder, where the dynamics are most complicated, subtle adjustments in style can produce outstanding results. In his new book, The Intangibles of Leadership, Management Psychologist Richard Davis, Ph.D., uncovers patterns in the attributes that truly distinguish those who succeed at the top. What he found was that extraordinary leaders possess certain characteristics that fall between the lines of existing leadership models, yet are fundamental to executive success. Davis explains each of these qualities, the people who exemplify them, how to detect them in others, and most importantly, how to develop the subtle characteristics that will enable them to stand out from the pack. Learn why… It's often better to aim for silver than for gold Playing hard to get attracts people to you It's important to have a slightly inflated view of your abilities Your peripheral vision is so important It's ok to get angry with your team So many extraordinary executives have gone through crises early in their lives