I'm working on the "reporting" team that uses Business Objects XI (and soon to be "BI Suite"), against an Oracle database.
It's a legacy system, and it has your traditional reports, plus the users create their own (ugly) reports. But there's not much in the way of dashboards, business intelligence, and analytics. We could also do more on "user generated reports" to help them do their job better, and present the data better. The data is straightforward - it's an education institution with military instruction - no financials.
So I'm looking for some good resources for overall BI strategy (and principles), before one even gets to architecting a solution. One principle that I see that needs addressed is "who owns the data?" (as I see, it the users own the data, but IT seems to think they own the data. IT then provides tools to access the data, and to secure the data).
And with BI Suite coming on board in the next year, we're kind of at the stage where we could take some time and do it right.