Deliverable Resulting from These Activities
Roles Involved in These Activities
Risks of Not Performing Step 1
One of the major risks of not performing this step is that you may end up building a BI decision-support solution that has no strong business driver and does not support a strategic business goal. This can lead to a disappointed business community and an
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