Next Generation - Enterprise BI Analytics

Analytics is helping someone to take a better decision. So Next Generation BI Analytics is Governed Self Service BI where end user can do everything on its own. According to Gartner Study Self Service BI tools are leaders in market as they are high on ability to execute and high on completeness of vision. BI Analytics have been identified as the number one priority of CIO's for year 2016 by Gartner and most probably will carry to 2017.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction to Analytics

Journey from Data to Decision and Forecast

Modern BI Transformation - BI specialists to Self Service

Power of Tools
- Easy tools for end users

Enterprise wide BI strategy
-Business led self service BI
-IT managed self service BI
-Corporate BI

Working with business user on agile development

-Moving from Agile to Scaled Agile
-Enterprise alignment on different regional processes
-Alignment of distributed teams
-Keeping Focus on Governance with multiple delivery models
-Enterprise Awareness

Hands on demo of examples

- Self service BI with simple tools

- IT Managed serlf service BI

- Corporate BI

 

Learning Outcome

Usage of self service BI tools (hands on)

Knowledge on latest trends in Analytics

Types of possible implementations and how to implement BI Analytics in corporate setting

Application of scaled agile techniques

Target Audience

Anyone interested in Analytics

schedule Submitted 11 months ago

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  • Deepti Jain
    By Deepti Jain  ~  11 months ago
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    Hi Kapil, Shervon and Sameeksha,

    Thank you very much for submitting a different-from-rest proposal. BI has always interested me, and yes its a buzz word these day, and so I would love to take part in this talk. I went through entire proposal, presentation and all the comments below. My understanding here is that you guys are trying to apply Agility in Scaling BI for different levels in an MNC or bigger size Organization. And if that is the case, do you think the track should be "Agile Mindset" instead of "Agility at Scale"?

    Thanks,
    Deepti

    • Shervon Fernandopulle
      By Shervon Fernandopulle  ~  11 months ago
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      Hi Deepthi,

      Thank you very much for your comment. I don't disagree to your suggestion at all and you have got what we are trying to do very correctly. But my view is "Agility at Scale" is subset of agile mindset. Since we are actually focusing more on areas outside traditional agile boundary (for both IT Managed self-service BI and Corporate BI) we thought it makes more sense to position it on "Agility at Scale" track.

      Thanks,

      Shervon

      • Deepti Jain
        By Deepti Jain  ~  10 months ago
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        Ok, just one more question, though a little late, can this talk be squeezed in 20 minutes? From slides it looks that it can be done in 20 minutes.

        Thanks,

        Deepti

        • Shervon Fernandopulle
          By Shervon Fernandopulle  ~  10 months ago
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          Hi Deepti,

          We can try. But I feel it could be little too much of information for the audience for 20 minutes as we are planning to demo some of the solutions as well.

          But we can workout a scope to fit in 20 minutes if it is a requirement.

          Appreciate your thought though.

          Regards,

          Shervon

           

           

           

      • Deepti Jain
        By Deepti Jain  ~  10 months ago
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        Thanks Shervon. Makes sense.

        Best Regards,
        Deepti

  • Shervon Fernandopulle
    By Shervon Fernandopulle  ~  11 months ago
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    Hi All,

    We have uploaded the slides and video. We guarantee this is going to be a new experience for the Agile India 2017 audience.

     

  • Madhavi Ledalla
    By Madhavi Ledalla  ~  11 months ago
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    Hello Kapil, this is a great piece on BI Analytics and thank you for submitting it to Agile India 2017. Could you please add details to your proposal to help me understand how this fits into the "Agility at Scale" track. Thank you.

    • Shervon Fernandopulle
      By Shervon Fernandopulle  ~  11 months ago
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      Hi Madhavi,

      Kapil will be doing a similar session tomorrow after which we will upload the slides and the video. But it is bit customised to specific audience.

      Why we suggest it under "Agility at Scale" is due to below reasons

      1) We are talking about how large organizations will use BI Analytics in future. As we go on more and more business users will be doing their own analytics. There are tools that are coming in where end users can do a lot more than what you do in Excel. But there is a confusion on what can be done by an end user and what is the role of a BI Analytics professional. So we are comparing it to the food industry. How we do cooking at home for our day today usage and how we out source events like wedding and other parties and how we go out for dinner when we want to have wider options. The role of a BI Analyst and a Professional chef is comparable and house wife is comparable for an end user who does his/her own insights.

      2) BI Analytic is becoming very iterative, sometimes documents don't come in, hence enterprise wide governance becomes very important. How we govern data, modeling and presentation in a MNC where everyone is doing modeling and visualization so that we have a quality outcome.

      We are trying to discuss these points which made us feel agiliy at scale is the ideal track

      Let me know if I am not clear.

       

      • Rahul Ganjoo
        By Rahul Ganjoo  ~  11 months ago
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        Hi Shervon - it still isn't very clear on how this is relevant to the agility at scale track. Especially from the structure of the session section - it feels like an Intro to BI tools. Do you want to explore what specific agile methods are suitable for large distributed Business Intelligence or Data Science teams and how agile is helping such teams?

        • Shervon Fernandopulle
          By Shervon Fernandopulle  ~  11 months ago
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          Hi Rahul/Madhavi,

          I have updated the slides and summary accordingly. If you look at the slides, application of agility and scaled agile should be clear to you now. Our objective is mapping different types of BI delivery methods to Agile delivery. 

  • Vivek Ganesan
    By Vivek Ganesan  ~  11 months ago
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    Thanks for submission, Kapil and Shervon!

    Please add slides (even from past presentations) or video (even a 2 mins trailer of your session recorded on your phone) before we’ll consider this proposal

    • Kapil Mahajan
      By Kapil Mahajan  ~  11 months ago
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      Sure. Can I add the slides tomorrow and video by tomorrow.

       

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      Global Technology Solutions

      Level 11, One Horizon Next | Gurgaon, Haryana

       

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      • Vivek Ganesan
        By Vivek Ganesan  ~  11 months ago
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        Thanks, Kapil! That will help the program team.


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