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dc.creatorGonzález Calderón, Jorge Leonardo
dc.creatorPalacios Rozo, Jairo Jamith
dc.creatorPerea Sandoval, Julio Alberto
dc.date2017-09-27
dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/criteriolibre/article/view/1049
dc.identifier10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.2017v15n26.1049
dc.descriptionLa Inteligencia de Negocios (BI por Business Intelligence) es una herramienta informática empresarial sobre la cual se sustentan ventajas competitivas en diversas compañías de clase mundial. Así mismo, en el entorno global altamente competitivo y cambiante,  la capacidad de una organización  para  detectar los cambios,  tomar decisiones e implementar cambios rápidamente  marca la diferencia entre crecer o desaparecer; este atributo en una organización se denomina agilidad organizacional  (AO). En el presente artículo, a través de la revisión sistemática de la literatura, se establece  el estado del arte de ambos campos  (BI y AO) y se estudia los hallazgos  más sobresalientes en cuanto a la relación entre ambos  conceptos,  encontrando  que es un tema de investigación de reciente interés y, por tanto, es un campo  con mucho por explorar.En cuanto a BI, se denota la evolución en los conceptos de madurez, técnicas y tecnologías analíticas, recursos implicados y su impacto estratégico. En tanto que sobre agilidad  organizacional  se abarcan la definición del concepto y los factores que la promueven, haciendo  un especial énfasis en los factores comunes entre la AO y BI. Se encuentra una relación positiva en doble vía, es decir, la AO se ve favorecida con los proyectos de BI, pero a su vez las compañías  ágiles tienen un mejor aprovechamiento  de las bondades de la inteligencia de negocios.en-US
dc.descriptionBusiness Intelligence (BI)  is one of the business tools on which competitive advantages of various world-class companies are based. Also in the highly competitive and changing global environment, the ability of an organization to detect changes,  make decisions and  to do a fast implementation, is the difference between  grow or disappear; this attribute in an organization  is named Organizational  Agility (AO). In this paper, through the systematic review of the literature, the state of art of both fields (BI and AO) is established and in particular studies examining the relationship between the two. The research about this relation is beginning, and therefore is a field with much to explore.About BI, its evolution is denoted  on the concepts of maturity, technical and analytical technologies.  Referring to organizational  agility, the concept  is reviewed  as such and  factors that promote, with special  emphasis on the factors for the couple of concepts. The conclusion is that a positive relationship is two-way, the AO is favored with BI projects in BI mature companies,  and agile enterprises obtain better results of BI.es-ES
dc.descriptionL’intelligence d’affaires (BI par Business Intelligence) est un outil informatique sur lequel des avantages compétitifs sont soutenus dans  diverses compagnies  de classe mondiale. De même, dans l’environnement global hautement compétitif et changeant, la capacité d’une organisation de détecter les changements, de prendre des décisions et de mettre en application des changements marque rapidement la différence entre croître ou disparaître.  Cet attribut dans une organisation se nomme agilité organisationnelle (AO). À l’article présent, à travers de la révision systématique de la littérature,  il s’établit l’état de l’art des deux champs (BI et AO) et on étudie les découvertes les plus supérieures en ce qui concerne la relation entre les deux concepts, en trouvant qui est un sujet de recherche d’intérêt récent et, donc,  c’est un champ  avec  beaucoup pour explorer. En ce qui concerne BI, l’évolution est dénotée  dans les concepts de maturité, de techniques et de technologies analytiques, de recours impliqués et son impact stratégique. Alors que sur agilité organisationnelle, il est compris la définition du concept et des facteurs qui la favorisent, en faisant une emphase  spéciale  dans  les facteurs communs entre l’AO et BI. Une relation positive se trouve dans une double route, c’est-à-dire l’AO se trouve favorisée avec les projets de BI, mais à son tour les compagnies  agiles ont un meilleur profit des bontés de l’intelligence d’affaires.fr-CA
dc.descriptionA inteligência empresarial (BI para Business Intelligence) é uma ferramenta de negócios que suportam as vantagens competitivas em diversas empresas de classe mundial. Da mesma forma, em ambiente global altamente competitivo e em constante mudança,  a capacidade de uma organização para detectar alterações, tomar decisões e implementar mudanças rapidamente marcam a diferença entre crescer ou desaparecer. Este atributo em uma organização é chamado  agilidade  organizacional  (AO). Neste artigo, através da revisão sistemática da literatura, define-se o estado da arte em ambos os campos (BI e AO) e explora as mais notáveis conclusões sobre a relação  entre os dois conceitos, achando que é um tópico de pesquisa recente e é, portanto, um campo com muito para explorar. Em termos de BI, é indicado a evolução nos conceitos de maturidade,  técnicas e tecnologias analíticas,  recursos e seu impacto estratégico. Como agilidade  organizacional  incluem a definição do conceito e os fatores que promovem, com especial ênfase as fatores comuns entre AO e BI. É um relacionamento positivo nos dois sentidos, ou seja, A é favorecido com projetos de BI, mas ao mesmo tempo as empresas ágeis tem um melhor aproveitamento dos benefícios da inteligência de negócios.pt-BR
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dc.sourceCriterio Libre; Vol. 15 Núm. 26 (2017): Revista Criterio Libre No. 26; 239-258es-ES
dc.source2323-0886
dc.source1900-0642
dc.source10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.v15i26
dc.subjectBusiness Intelligencees-ES
dc.subjectManagement Information Systemses-ES
dc.subjectOrganizational Agilityes-ES
dc.titleLa inteligencia de negocios y su rol en la agilidad organizacionalen-US
dc.titleBusiness intelligence and its role in organizational agilityes-ES
dc.titleL’intelligence d’affaires et son rôle dans l’agilité organisationnellefr-CA
dc.titleA inteligência de negócios e seu papel na agilidad organizacionalpt-BR
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