Business Intelligence: towards a new concept in economic analysis? (In French)
Two questions are the core of business intelligence: coordination and cooperation. Both, coordination and cooperation, are simultaneously resources and the result of strategies of change. The combination of knowledge and know-how is oriented towards the solution of new problems and serves the aim of creating resources and value. This aim occurs more than the one concerning a more efficient information circulation. The topic of this article is to define the notion (rather than the concept) of business intelligence in consideration of other fields or analytical categories : coordination of activities, information and knowledge, organisational and relational learning.
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