The Human Side of Rapid Data Warehouse Development: Part 1 of 2

Walking from the meeting room to the microwave, I replay the last few comments from business intelligence users: “This product launch has IT under tight scrutiny…Precise reports are needed; we are re-prioritizing [again] what and for whom…We need working reports in eight weeks (even though noone knows how).”
Okay, this scenario is fictional, but common. It is probably goes without saying that decision-makers want new data accurately and rapidly. Moreover, a blog title that suggests a human side of this topic is an understatement, almost like suggesting a “human factor in online retail.” Afterall, humans making decisions is what data warehousing is all about.
So, what are the human factors? Here is a list for starters. I will try to keep them specific to data warehouse development:

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