We have written a lot about getting management and team buy-in for any and all business intelligence initiatives. Buy-in and commitment are two of the key success drivers for most IT projects and are increasingly important when dealing with corporate data that helps make business intelligence, analytics, decision support and visualization decisions.
Interesting article here from our friends at B-Eye-Network that looks at “Dysfunctional Business Intelligence Teams” under the model from “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” by Patrick Lencioni.
The five dysfunctions include:
- Lack of Results
- Lack of Accountability
- Lack of Commitment
- Lack of Conflict
- Lack of Trust
What say you? Have you had dysfunctional business intelligence teams? If so, did they show any of the 5 dysfunctions noted? Did it affect your business intelligence project?
Spotfire Blogging Team
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