2009 Data Warehousing Forum

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2009 Data Warehousing Forum

Data Warehousing (DW) Special Interest Group
(SIG) Forum 2009

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28 August, 2009, Gri
ffith University, Nathan campus

Getting the runs on the board

The recent summer saw the Australian cricket team affected by curiou
s board decisions,
an inability to recruit and retain good performers and sniping from the larger cricket
community. In Pakistan, the Sri Lankans have suffered external attacks. In the West
Indies, the quality of the underlying grounds has been found wanti
ng. Sound familiar?

Come and share with the AAIR Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and
Performance Management forum how you have (or intend to) overcome issues of curious
board decisions, recruitment and retention, internal and external attacks and b
asic quality,
to get those runs on the board.

In line with previous DW SIGs this forum will provide an opportunity to meet each other,
view presentations on relevant topics from both within and outside the sector, and discuss
informally the issues face in
collecting, storing and reporting on data in university
environments. You may be interested in the
AAIR DW SIG
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Terms of Reference
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The Program:

2009 DWSIG Forum Program (PDF 68k)
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Thank you for your participation in the 2009 AAIR Data Warehousing (SIG)

Forum
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it
was a great success!

The following presentations have been made available:

Altis Consulting
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Getting the mo
st from your DWBI Investment (PDF 2.8mb)
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Calumo
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Not Just Bowling, but Taking Wickets
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(PDF 2.4mb)

Catapult BI
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The Road to Data Warehouse Utopia (PDF 2.1mb)

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Cortell/Griffith
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Student Projection Model (PDF 1.5mb)

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David Wa
ters (Griffith)
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Getting the Runs on the Board
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One Run at a Time (PDF
1.3mb)

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Holly Zhu (UOW)
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Iterative Data Wareh
ouse Development at UOW (PDF 2.9mb)

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Michael Gibson (Deakin)
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Asking Business Questions (PDF 715kb)

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Michael Gibson (Deakin)
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BI Compentency Centre (PDF 639kb)
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Michael Rothery (UTS)
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Developing BICC Process: Tackling Diverse Org Unit
Structures (PDF 1.4mb)
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Rob Hale (UNE)
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Gettin
g Agile
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Doing what the customer wants, when they want it
(PDF 6.39mb)
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Rob Payne (Griffith)
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BI Strategy
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The Best Laid Pl
ans
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(PDF 52kb)

Sponsors

The Planning, Statistics, and Business Intelligence team would like to thank the sponsors
of the 2009 DWSIG Forum:

Platinum:

www.sas.com/australia
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Gold:

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www.ibm.com/cognos/au
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www.catapultbi.com
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Silver:

www.altis.com.au
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www.calumo.com
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www.mip.com.au
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ww
w.cortellgroup.com
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