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Self-Service and its Drag on Productivity

by Andrew White  |  January 8, 2018

I spied Comment in this last weekend’s US print edition of the Financial Times, titled “Computers are making generalists of us all” that struck a huge chord with me.  The...

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When Self-Service Isn't

by Andrew White  |  August 31, 2017

I just this week for a 1-1 with an attendee at our Latin American Gartner CIO Summit here in Cancun, Mexico.  We were exploring how to gain improvements in the...

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The Myth of Self Service BI Governance

by Andrew White  |  December 5, 2016

I read with great interest this article (Business Should Work with IT to get Self-service BI Governance Right) since it relates to a hot interaction that we are researching right...

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NEW RESEARCH: Self-Service Data Preparation Market Guide and Toolkit

by Andrew White  |  August 26, 2016

My colleague Rita Salam and others just published a couple of notes: Toolkit: Self-Service Data Preparation This Toolkit provides a filterable list of capabilities offered by self-service data preparation vendors. Data...

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Once More with Feeling: What's Wrong with Productivity?

by Andrew White  |  July 17, 2015

The front page of today's print edition of the US Wall Street journal included an article exploring one of my favorite topics: productivity, and why it is flagging.  The article...

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The Inexorable Rise of Self Service Data Integration

by Andrew White  |  May 22, 2015

let's keep this simple: "self-service", the art of moving work from supplier to customer, tends to reduce costs for a supplier and increase costs for the customer.  At the same...

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