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Art of BI: Frank Buytendijk – Dealing with Dilemmas – Episode #3

Christian Screen | | July 3, 2011

An icon in thought leadership, Frank Buytendijk, shares his ideas on analytics, synthesis, and talks about his latest book, “Dealing with Dilemmas, Where Business Analytics Fail“, on this third episode of the ArtOfBI.com podcast.

On this Podcast

If you haven’t heard Frank speak at one of the many IT conferences spanning the globe, watched his YouTube video excerpts, read one of his books, or met him during his world tours, this is your opportunity to get familiar with him and his work.  From my chat with Frank you can easily tell how he rose to high ranks in several of the largest and best known technology based companies in the world such as Gartner, Hyperion, and Oracle. Writing books is just “a hobby”, he says.

This conversation starts up with discussion about Frank’s latest book, “Dealing with Dilemmas, Where Business Analytics Fail“, and goes quickly into more peripheral chatter about Business Intelligence and Business Process Management.  Ultimately, Frank leaves us with some amazing gems and a lot to think about as we continue our journey in Information Technology and Business.

This Podcast’s Links

[podcast]http://aws3.artofbi.com.s3.amazonaws.com/Podcasts/ArtOfBI_20110629_Ep4.mp3[/podcast]

The podcast can be played from the media enclosure above (Just press play).  All feedback is of course very welcome.

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