Intelligence Discovery

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Intelligence Discovery

  1. 1. Intelligence Discovery A top-down approach to collect information on relevant data
  2. 2. The goal is to uncover the metrics and KPI’s that lead to a specific decision or action. Sometimes you will have a very detailed understanding of what data is important, and sometimes you will only have a high level set of goals. By following this process, we will be able to distill the information provided into a specific set of KPIs and metrics for your dashboards and reports.
  3. 3. Each slide describes a single piece of relevant data. 1. The business question that we are trying to help the user answer. 2. Which business users this question would apply to. 3. Why the question is important. 4. Where data resides to answer this question. 5. What further questions this metric or KPI could raise. 6. What actions or decisions could be taken with this information 7. The specific measure, dimension, grain and target of the metric or KPI.
  4. 4. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  5. 5. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  6. 6. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  7. 7. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  8. 8. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  9. 9. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  10. 10. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  11. 11. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  12. 12. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  13. 13. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  14. 14. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  15. 15. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  16. 16. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  17. 17. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  18. 18. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  19. 19. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken
  20. 20. What business question do you need an answer to? Who is asking? Why is it Important Sources where the supporting data will come from Measures, Dimensions, and Targets An example would be: “gross sales by week.” In this case, the measure would be dollars (gross sales) and the dimension would be time (week.) Actions to be Taken

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