It’s that time again and if you are headed to Microsoft Ignite 2017 and are overwhelmed with the session choices, here’s some recommended sessions to check out. Power BI – Microsoft Ignite 2017 If Power BI is your interest area, here’s some great sessions to check out. Dive into effective report authoring using Microsoft Power […]
When designing your Power BI solution, are you designing your solution for maximum long term effectiveness? One of the biggest mind shifts that my Power BI students have to make when beginning their Power BI journey is to stop thinking in terms of reports when approaching their Business Intelligence (BI) needs. Rather, it’s more effective […]
In this installment, the user facing aspects of your Power BI report models will be discussed. Much of this is considered fit and finish work. It is important that you take the time to address these issues as PowerBI.com enables users to build their own reports and dashboards from your data sets. This finish work […]
Professional chefs use a French kitchen organization approach called “Mise En Place”, which means literally, “putting in place.” It ensures that the placement of ingredients and utensils are optimally placed for efficient cooking. Power BI report models can require the same type of approach to ensure that your report models are maintainable over time. This applies […]
This Office 365 work management presentation on tool alternatives was given at SharePoint Saturday in Denver. Topics covered include Office 365 Groups, Project Pro and SharePoint Task List integration as well as Project Online. If you require help with your Work Management needs, we have consultants available to assist. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” you may have replied, “Firefighter.” If you did, I’m sure you meant one of the awesome individuals who provide medical services, rescues and ride the fire trucks. While, most of us never realized that dream, there are days at the office where you […]