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Factors Driving Business Intelligence Culture

Rimvydas Skyrius, Igor Katin, Michail Kazimianec, Svetlana Nemitko, Gediminas Rumšas, Raimundas Žilinskas
InSITE 2016 , 2016
[The final form of this paper was published in the journal Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology.]
The field of business intelligence (BI), despite rapid technology advances, continues to feature inadequate levels of adoption. The attention of researchers is shifting towards hu-man factors of BI adoption. The wide set of human factors influencing BI adoption con-tains elements of what we call BI culture – an overarching concept covering key managerial issues that come up in BI implementation. Research sources provide different sets of features pertaining to BI culture or related concepts – decision-making culture, analytical culture and others. The goal of this paper is to perform the rview of research and practical sources to examine driving forces of BI – data-driven approaches, BI agility, maturity and acceptance – to point out culture-related issues that support BI adoption and to suggest an emerging set of factors influencing BI culture.
business intelligence, business intelligence adoption, business intelligence culture

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