About the instructor
The dashboard you are building or going to build could impact very serious decisions your users make in the future. You can't afford to fail.
You want your dashboard to be a huge success. You want your users to love it. You want them to use it. You want to deliver it on time. You want it to be beautiful and tell a story. You want it to show only the most important KPIs.
Then reality hits.
Your last dashboard project was a disaster. It took double the amount of time promised, cost a bunch of money and six months later no one is using it.
You won't do that again, but you don't know where to start or even what went wrong!
Well, congratulations! By reading this, I can assure you, that you are one step closer to cracking the code to making your dashboard project a huge success. After being in your shoes over and over again, I was also fed up. Developed and tested on over 500+ enterprise dashboard projects, the BI Dashboard Formula (BIDF) Methodology is a proven, step-by-step process that will teach you how to scope, design, and launch your enterprise BI dashboard successfully.
It's ok if you didn't know there was a proven process. The BI Dashboard Formula Methodology is one of the secret weapons of the Fortune 500. It has been used by the likes of Kimberly-Clark, Royal Dutch Shell, Nestle, Ericsson, and many of the largest enterprises in the world. Now, you have the opportunity to learn first hand what these companies paid large bucks to learn. Building dashboards just become a whole lot easier.
Below is an overview of this proven process, and the beginning of your successful BI dashboard journey.
To your BI success,
Check out this throw back video from our SAPexperts Theater at the BI 2013 conference, Mico Yuk informs and entertain her audience as she digs into how and why to build BI storyboards. Yuk, co-founder of the BI Dashboard Formula training series, also discusses strategies for giving exciting names to your dashboards and reports, and when it's OK for IT to say no to end users. Check out this related content from SAPexperts: Quick Tip: Bring the Party to Users as Part of Your New BI Product Launch (http://bit.ly/13N9Gi6)