(PDF) Data Visualization for Business Intelligence

6 Data Visualization in Business Intelligence

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10 books every small business entrepreneur should read (free PDF)

Building a successful SMB requires planning, sacrifice, and a lot of hard work—along with a continual effort to learn about best practices and pitfalls to avoid. This ebook lists 10 popular titles that are must-reads for those who aspire to build a thriving small business.

From the ebook:

Lots of people dream of starting their own business, but very few make the leap. Even fewer turn their entrepreneurial attempts into true success–what separates the winners from the rest of the pack?

If your dream is to helm your own business–whether in the tech industry or elsewhere–there are some rules you need to live by. Here’s a collection of 10 books that are some of the most popular guides to SMB success.

1. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

First up is Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance. Sure, “grit” is one of those buzzwords that quickly get

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(PDF) Business Intelligence and Analytics A Comprehensive Overview

Sample Roles (from real world job ads)

Business Intelligence Specialist

Maintain or update business intelligence tools,

databases, dashboards, systems, or methods.

Provide technical support for existing reports,

dashboards, or other tools.

Create business intelligence tools or systems,

including design of related databases, spreadsheets,

or outputs.


Business Intelligence Analyst

Technical skill requirements

Works with business users to obtain data requirements

for new analytic applications, design conceptual and

logical models for the data warehouse and/or data mart.

Develops processes for capturing and maintaining

metadata from all data warehousing components.

Business skills requirements

Transform data into analytical insight and desire to

leverage the best technique to arrive at the right answer.

Generate standard or custom reports summarizing

business, financial, or economic data for review by

executives, managers, clients, and other stakeholders.


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(PDF) Effect of Entrepreneur and Firm Characteristics on the Business Success of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Bangladesh

www.ccsenet.org/ijbm International Journal of Business and Management Vol. 6, No. 3; March 2011

ISSN 1833-3850 E-ISSN 1833-8119


resources for acquiring information about the market and changing the course of the enterprise are more limited.

The response to environmental changes is different in SMEs than in large companies (e.g. Chen & Hambrick

1995). Large firms may even exit from one of its business areas, but this is not usually possible in a

single-business firm. The options for responding are limited by the firms’ resources and strategic choices as well

as by the opportunities offered by the industry and location. Those ways may also differ between the

development stages of the firm. The role and contribution of SMEs differ from industries to industries and from

countries to countries. Similar to other businesses, SMEs also

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