Data Warehouse Project Management, Volume 1

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Addison-Wesley, 2000 - Computers - 404 pages
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In 'Data Warehouse Project Management', two of the world's leading data warehouse project management consultants present start-to-finish best practices for getting the job done right. Key Topics - Sid Adelman and Larissa Terpeluk Moss cover the entire lifecycle, from proposing a data warehouse project through staffing a team, developing project scope, justifying, negotiating, and marketing the data warehouse project internally, and then implementing the data warehouse. They present real-world case studies identifying the key pitfalls that arise repeatedly in data warehouse projects - and offer proven solutions for addressing these challenges. The book and CD-ROM contain an extensive library of templates and checklists, plus self-tests to determine whether an organization is really ready for data warehousing.

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Sid Adelman is founder of Sid Adelman & Associates, an organization specializing in planning and implementing data warehouses. He presents regularly at data warehouse conferences and conducts a Data Warehouse Project Management seminar. Sid is also a founding member of the BIAlliance. He jointly developed a methodology that provides a master plan for implementing data warehouses. He wrote Data Warehouse Project Management (Addison-Wesley, 2000) with Larissa Moss.

Larissa Moss is founder and president of Method Focus, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in business intelligence and data warehousing. She is a frequent lecturer and speaker at conferences in the United States, Europe, and Asia on data warehousing, project management, development methodologies, and organizational and cultural issues. Her articles on these topics are regularly published in magazines such as DM Review and Journal of Data Warehousing. She is coauthor of Data Warehouse Project Management (Addison-Wesley, 2000) and Impossible Data Warehouse Situations (Addison-Wesley, 2003). She is a senior consultant at the Cutter Consortium and one of the authors of their Business Intelligence Executive Reports.



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