As I talked about in Key Skills of a Successful Business Intelligence Director: A Powerhouse in the Enterprise, finding well-qualified, well-rounded BI owners/directors isn’t easy. It’s a challenge, however, that yields large rewards in an industry that’s ever expanding.
With the right skills, experience, and educational background, the BI owner has an exciting opportunity to shape, monitor, and readjust the BI and analytics program of an enterprise. It’s a position of noteworthy influence and scope. Certain skills, strategies, actions, creativity, and curiosity can empower an entire team, organization, or enterprise, and can result in a big return on investment on BI initiatives.
This infographic shows the skills, experience, and educational background that are trending as highly important for the role of BI director/manager. This information is based on research of numerous job descriptions recently posted on LinkedIn.
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- Key Skills of a Successful Business Intelligence Director: A Powerhouse in the Enterprise (related blog post that’s the basis for the infographic)
- Top Skills for Directing BI Programs: What the BI Professionals Are Saying
- Becoming a Maestro in BI | Infographic
- The Rise of the BI Maestro
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