Adapting Agile Principles for Data Warehousing
Despite the clear benefits of data warehousing programs, business units often question what they perceive to be long delivery timelines and a lack of data accessibility. Nearly half (48%) of the respondents in a TDWI survey reported that personnel in their organizations spend at least 61% of their time finding and preparing data. Only 28% said that their business users and analysts can access and analyze new data, including external data, without close IT support.
Check out how to solve these type of issues, and more, by applying the principles of Agile to data warehousing in my newest post and ebook:
Adapting the Agile Manifesto Principles to Data Warehousing
Kent, The Data Warrior &
Chief Technical Evangelist, Snowflake