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Business Dashboards: A Visual Catalog for Design and Deployment

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Focusing on designing the right dashboards for use in an organization, this timely, full color book reveals how to successfully deploy dashboards by building the optimal software architecture and dashboard design. In addition, it describes the value of this popular technology to a business and how it can have a significant impact on performance improvement. A unique collec ...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published March 27th 2009 by Wiley (first published 2009)
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Two hundred pages full of beautiful high-gloss pictures, and littered with buzz words. For $85 at retail I would never buy such book. But freely available to me from MSFT library, it helps to find out how the typical consulting client thinks (Business Intelligence being all about pretty pictures these days).
Leonidas Kaplan
Summary: Although written to focus on the niche of dashboard design, simply removing the word 'dashboard' and you have a book teaching proper business systems analysis, Requests for proposals (RFP), business requirements documentation (BRD), project management life cycle (PMLC) with respect to technology, and database architectures (overview).

Basically, a grant overview of what a business systems analyst will need to know in the technology industry.

Review: Well formatted, with interspersed poin
This book is much less elegant than Stephen Few's, and displays all sorts of dashboards that violate Few's precepts left and right. However, it's more realistic about business practices on the ground--making do with data and tools that are actually available, working with teams and stakeholders, etc.
Budi Susanto
Although it is a simple book about business dashboard, but give me the basic understanding about it.
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