2. Business Intelligence Education
9. Mobile Business Intelligence
During the execution of an inter-organizational business-to-business (B2B) collaboration, a collaborating party may drop out for technical reasons or for business reasons. In such a case, the leaving party must be replaced, at runtime, by a new party. Ideally, the new party can pick up where the old party left off.
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Currently, algorithms exist that can help with the runtime selection of the new party in order to incorporate it in the collaboration. Also, several studies have investigated the theoretical foundations of dynamic business process changes within a single enterprise. However, very few attempts have been made which can help a new party in a collaboration to pick up where the old party left off. Designing such techniques constitutes a challenge due to each party’s autonomy and to privacy policies that emerge in the context of a collaboration.
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I recently reported the of BI professionals. One of the findings was that these individuals recognize the need for more BI talent and for continuing BI education. The problem is that there are only a handful of academic institutions worldwide that offer comprehensive business intelligence/analytics programs that can address this issue. While there are institutions that offer BI courses or MBA BI concentrations, these are inadequate for developing the full repertoire of skills needed by these professionals. Hopefully, other institutions of higher education will recognize the educational need here and develop new BI-specific comprehensive programs. However, to do this, model BI undergraduate and graduate curriculums will need to be developed.