Business intelligence (BI) in the last several years has got huge popularity in the business world. Before the term intelligence finds its own place in the business world, governments use this word to make big decisions about wars or about leading the country.
Now we live in the informatics and communication technology age. We are bombarded with information every day. However, information as raw information doesn’t mean knowledge.
How you can transform raw information into knowledge is the key issue in making a better decision?
One possible answer is business intelligence. The potential of BI in the transformation of information into knowledge is enormous. The right information in the right place at the right time is the basis for making the right business decisions.
On the other side, organizational change requires decisions about what to change and when to change. These decisions are based on the sources of organizational changes. These sources may come from different places as from inside of organizations and from outside of organizations. Because of that, we have internal and external sources of organizational change.
In this blog post, I will try to systematize current business intelligence knowledge and find and give some connections between business intelligence and organizational changes.
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