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Top Tips to Make Analysts More Than a Necessary Evil 

IRVINE, Calif. – As Founder of Northwood Advisors, a business intelligence (BI) and decision systems advisory firm, and the voice of “The Real Time Decisions Webcast,” Myron Weber leverages more than 20 years of diverse business experience and insights to support and implement clients’ business intelligence strategies. In a recent blog post and podcast, Weber shared valuable advice to keep analysts from becoming a necessary evil in an organization. 

“It’s a natural part of business life that certain roles get more than their fair share of respect,” says Weber. “Sales is always a candidate for Grade-A respect. Manufacturing, operations, professional services and marketing are also popular frontrunners. But that shouldn’t discourage analysts from demanding the spotlight and the pats on the back they deserve for their role in contributing to a company’s success.” 

Weber offers the following advice for analysts: 

The analyst role can be a force for good, for transformation and for the betterment of the company. Don’t be a necessary evil. Please. 

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