Why BI-intensive companies fail to thrive during economic volatility and how they can become more adaptable and resilient
Written by an expert in data mining and business intelligence, this timely book discusses the latest practices emerging in organizational development that support business intelligence-intensive companies. Thoroughly exploring components of quantum physics, chaos theory, complexity science, and evolutionary biology to provide a scientific framework for a new corporate model, Business Intelligence Success Factors explains why these practices and competencies are critical given the speed of change, globalization, and advancements in technology and business intelligence.
Olivia Parr Rud (Philadelphia, PA) is the principal of OliviaGroup, a consulting firm that provides facilitation and training in the areas of organizational adaptabilty, leadership development, team-building, and skill development in the areas of collaboration, communication, and innovation.
Keywords: business intelligence, adaptability, resilience, collaboration, innovation, communication, globalization, diversity, Olivia Parr Rud, organizational business intelligence, chaos theory, complexity science, systems theory, evolutionary biology, leadership, quantum physics, integral leadership, Holacracy, Edge Walkers, complex adaptive systems, integral theory, holistic business, soul at work, sustainability, triple bottom line, whole brain thinking, nonlinear thinking, emergent organization, dynamic organization, intuition, trust, team building, conflict, dialogue, new science, authentic leadership, energy work, constellation work, creativity, alternate currency, organizational development, brain science, learning organization, data mining, holistic business, transformation