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Using Quantitative Analyses to Construct a Capability Maturity Model for Business Intelligence

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abstract One important means to explore the strengths andweaknesses of Business Intelligence (BI) initiatives is acomprehensive and accurate BI maturity assessmentinstrument. It is important that the assessment instrumentis transparently developed using the current BIknowledge base. This paper proposes a BI maturitymodel that is based on an explicit BI maturity conceptand using empirical data. The data is transformed intomaturity levels by applying the Rasch algorithm andcluster analysis. The resulting BI maturity model isconstructed on the basis of 58 items (capabilities). It iscomprised of five levels that we choose to label initiate,harmonize, integrate, optimize andperpetuate. An evaluation of the model demonstratesits utility.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
date of conference 01-06-2012
title of proceedings Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2012 (HICSS-45)
page(s) 4219-4228
publisher IEEE Computer Society (Los Alamitos)
review not reviewed
   
citation Raber, D., Winter, R., & Wortmann, F. (2012). Using Quantitative Analyses to Construct a Capability Maturity Model for Business Intelligence. In Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2012 (HICSS-45), pp.4219-4228. Los Alamitos: IEEE Computer Society.