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This checklist gives you a quick look at 10 worst practices to avoid when designing and implementing your next data warehousing project.
A data warehouse project manager's job is beset with worst practice traps just waiting for the unwary project manager to fail. You don't have to fall prey to these traps. Take a look at these ten worst practices to recognize and avoid these methods and you may be one of the clever few who will successfully implement a data warehouse.
This document was created by Sid Adelman, a principal in Sid Adelman and Associates, an organization specializing in planning and implementing data warehouses and in establishing effective data architectures and strategies.
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