The Agile Data Warehouse - A Practical Approach

Crolene, David
January 2017
Information-management.com;1/25/2017, p1
A recent survey has shown that Agile is the new normal in industry with two thirds of respondents indicating that they are either pure agile or leaning towards agile.


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