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Design thinking business analysis : business concept mapping applied / Thomas Frisendal.

By: Frisendal, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.Management for professionals: Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2012Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9783642328442 (electronic bk.); 364232844X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Management science | Management information systemsDDC classification: 658 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction -- DESIGN THINKING BUSINESS ANALYSIS -- Understanding the Business -- Design Thinking for Business Analysis -- Business Analysis Redefined -- BUSINESS CONCEPT MAPPING -- Where to Find Meaningful Business Information? -- How to Do Concept Mapping -- BUSINESS INNOVATION USING MAPPED BUSINESS CONCEPTS -- Concept Mapping and the Next Generation IT Paradigms -- Opportunity: Reliable Business Information and MDM -- Opportunity: Information Valuation -- Opportunity: Meaningful Business Intelligence -- Opportunity: Business Rules Automation -- Opportunity: Reusable Business Information -- Opportunity: Open Information Sharing -- Opportunity: Pull Instead of Push -- Opportunity: NoSQL and Big Data -- Think Big, Start Small: Deliver Value to the Business.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction -- pt. 1. DESIGN THINKING BUSINESS ANALYSIS -- Understanding the Business -- Design Thinking for Business Analysis -- Business Analysis Redefined -- pt. 2. BUSINESS CONCEPT MAPPING -- Where to Find Meaningful Business Information? -- How to Do Concept Mapping -- pt. 3. BUSINESS INNOVATION USING MAPPED BUSINESS CONCEPTS -- Concept Mapping and the Next Generation IT Paradigms -- Opportunity: Reliable Business Information and MDM -- Opportunity: Information Valuation -- Opportunity: Meaningful Business Intelligence -- Opportunity: Business Rules Automation -- Opportunity: Reusable Business Information -- Opportunity: Open Information Sharing -- Opportunity: Pull Instead of Push -- Opportunity: NoSQL and Big Data -- Think Big, Start Small: Deliver Value to the Business.

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Thomas Frisendal is an experienced consultant with more than 30 years on the IT vendor side and as an independent consultant. Since 1995 he has primarily been working with data warehouse projects. His area of excellence lies within the art of turning data into information and knowledge. Since 2005 he has specialized in business analysis, concept "harvesting" and mapping, modeling of information and data as well as design of business intelligence solutions. Thomas Frisendal is a member of "The Data Warehouse Institute Denmark" (member of the board), "The Danish IT Society", "The Danish Management Board", "The International Association for Information and Data Quality" (IAIDQ) and "The Cognitive Society".

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