Business Intelligence Competency Centers: A Team Approach to Maximizing Competitive Advantage

@inproceedings{Miller2006BusinessIC,
  title={Business Intelligence Competency Centers: A Team Approach to Maximizing Competitive Advantage},
  author={Gloria J. Miller and Dagmar Br{\"a}utigam and Stefanie V. Gerlach},
  year={2006}
}
"The knowledge assets of an organization are becoming increasingly important for competitive advantage, and therefore, the way in which knowledge is created, renewed, and communicated is critical. This book provides practical insights into how this may be achieved through the establishment of a Business Intelligence Competency Centre and is a valuable read for 'information professionals.'" --Bill Sturman, Information Architecture Project Manager The Open University, United Kingdom 
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