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Business intelligence for librarians (Perth)

Sep. 17th | Posted by 0 comments
Satellite event for the Australian Law Librarians Association Conference, Perth, 17 September 2008

A half-day workshop to information professionals, presented with Kitty Delaney, Ernst & Young

Business intelligence research helps to keep organisations in touch with their rapidly changing market place.  It bridges online and offline research skills with market knowledge and strategy.

This half–day workshop was designed for specialist librarians to gain practical tips on:

  • Techniques for tapping into your organisation’s BI needs
  • Effective ways to quickly find business intelligence information
  • Identifying the best sources for business intelligence
  • Interviewing experts
  • Packaging business intelligence results for impact

 “Eloquent and engaging”


“Heather drew together many strings of the research process which I encounter and “added value” to my knowledge with excellent exposition and strategies”


“Lots of ideas to take back to my firm”


“I’ve gained valuable ideas of what we can do to continue to promote and develop our business subject specialty”


“I thoroughly enjoyed your session and look forward to more in the future.”


“I enjoyed gaining more information on “starting with strategy” and “scanning”.  I will definitely put these methods into practice.”


“Great ideas and suggestions that I can use daily in my job”


“Excellent presentation – thanks for coming to Perth”


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