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Business Intelligence Career Master Plan

By : Eduardo Chavez, Danny Moncada
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Business Intelligence Career Master Plan

By: Eduardo Chavez, Danny Moncada

Overview of this book

Navigating the challenging path of a business intelligence career requires you to consider your expertise, interests, and skills. Business Intelligence Career Master Plan explores key skills like stacks, coursework, certifications, and interview advice, enabling you to make informed decisions about your BI journey. You’ll start by assessing the different roles in BI and matching your skills and career with the tech stack. You’ll then learn to build taxonomy and a data story using visualization types. Additionally, you’ll explore the fundamentals of programming, frontend development, backend development, software development lifecycle, and project management, giving you a broad view of the end-to-end BI process. With the help of the author’s expert advice, you’ll be able to identify what subjects and areas of study are crucial and would add significant value to your skill set. By the end of this book, you’ll be well-equipped to make an informed decision on which of the myriad paths to choose in your business intelligence journey based on your skill set and interests.
Table of Contents (12 chapters)


In summary, a typical business intelligence interview will start with an introduction from the interviewer and a brief overview of the role. The interviewer will then ask you a series of questions to assess your skills and experience in BI. These questions may cover a variety of topics, including the following:

  • Your experience with BI tools and technologies
  • Your ability to collect, clean, and analyze data
  • Your ability to communicate your findings to stakeholders
  • Your problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Your creativity and innovation

The interviewer may also ask you behavioral questions to assess your fit for the company culture and the role. These questions may ask about your experience working in a team, your ability to handle stress, and your willingness to learn new things.

At the end of the interview, the interviewer will likely ask you if you have any questions. This is your chance to ask about the company, the role, and the interview...